Tell Me Like You Mean It is a free e-chapbook guest-edited by Melody Paloma, and published as a partnership between Australian Poetry and Cordite Poetry Review. The national publication features new work from 20 young and emerging poets, and is yours for free.read more
Listen here on Soundcloud to two of the amazing poems from APJ 8.1, guest edited by Gig Ryan.read more
We’re thrilled to be launching the ‘Australian Poetry Anthology’, Volume 6, 2018, at our inaugural South Australian launch.read more
the tears the pelicans are leaving us like a line of words quicker than
the tongue drift glide sail waft fly fly away something happened here.
— ‘Flight Feathers’, Ellen Van Neerven
If language is the house of being, poetry is the home. Poetry does not describe, it holds its breath to listen, to enable, to activate relationship. This workshop will encourage interaction and discussion. Bring in a poem or a line of poetry you do not understand but that attracts or intrigues you it some way. with Claire Gaskin • 22/01/2019.
Tell Me Like You Mean It is a free e-chapbook guest-edited by Melody Paloma, and published as a partnership between Australian Poetry and Cordite Poetry Review. The national publication features new work from 20 young and emerging poets, and is yours for free.
Solid block of hours, writing strategies plus substantial prior editorial work. Sunday 10 February 10-4.30, Brighton, Melbourne. Strictly limited to only 7 attendees. Bookings by 20 January. / $90.
Chris Wallace-Crabbe’s new book of poetry, Rondo from Carcanet Poets, Manchester, at Collected Works, November 15, 6.30 for 7.00 p.m. With drinks and words.
Friday, 30 November 2018 from 18:00-21:00
Collected Works Bookshop
Nicholas Building, Level 1, 37 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3000
Hosted by Melbourne Poets Union
There are just seven days left to nominate an outstanding artist for recognition in the Australia Council Awards and the National Indigenous Arts Awards. Nominations close on Tue Oct 2.read more
The NSW Premier’s Literary Awards provide an opportunity to highlight the importance of literacy and to encourage everyone to enjoy and learn from the work of our writers. Entries for the 2019 Awards are now open.read more
The Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards were inaugurated by the Victorian Government in 1985 to honour literary achievement by Australian writers. The awards are administered by the Wheeler Centre on behalf of the Premier of Victoria.read more