Tuesday, July 04, 2017

Subject ACT interview

I was interviewed by Nathan Gubler of Subject ACT on Monday morning. We discussed poetry slams, poetry, as well as some of my creative process. 

You can listen to the podcast on Soudcloud and check out the show on 2xx FM.

Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Tincture Journal issue 18

Tincture Journal has published my poem Corymbia / Evergreen in its 18th issue. I wrote the poem after being in Alice Springs as part of the Red Dirt Poetry Festival in 2016. Thanks to Laurie May for inviting me to be part of the first two editions of that festival.

This issue contains work from Felicity Plunkett, Jill Jones, Peter Bakowski, Mark Ward and many other writers.

Follow the link to buy the issue, and you can subscribe for more.

Thank you to Stuart Barnes and Daniel Young for including my work in issue 18 of Tincture Journal.

Friday, June 02, 2017


Wednesday 21 June, 7:30pm
The Phoenix Pub, Civic, East Row

Two minutes, your original material, no props, no musical accompaniment, all for first prizes!

All in the Phoenix Pub!

Because BAD!SLAM!NO!BISCUIT! wants you!

Sign-up with the Score Adder from 7:30pm! Poetry Slam from 8pm! Prizes and glory!

Be there!

And because BAD!SLAM!NO!BISCUIT! is the Poetry Slam we give you feature acts!

Feature Act

Artemis Seven is the child of the goddess Artemis and an AI, created to stave off the inevitable demise of the ancient gods in the new world. The first prototype to survive the merge, Artemis is by nature so experimental that even she doesn't know what she's doing until it's been done.”

Feature Act

Abhi Gupta
“Abhi Gupta has a forthcoming biography, it will be his first.”

So join the Score Adder, the audience, the Sacrificial Poet, the bar staff, The Master of Conflict, the sound guy, the poets, all the MCs, and the toilet goers, for Poetry Slam in the Phoenix Pub!

Thursday, May 04, 2017

An interview with Emily Crocker

In this third interview for the May Salt Room I interviewed Wollongong-based poet Emily Crocker. The interview has been published on the Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centre website. The May edition is at 7:30pm, the Gorman main Hall at the Gorman Arts Centre.

The interview questions are found questions, this month taken from a Face to Face interview of Dame Edith Sitwell by John Freeman and an interview of Dorothy Parker by Marion Capron at the Paris Review