Fallout video premieres

Let's Talk Peace, Ballarat asked me to create a video of the poem Fallout, and it's now available to watch online! Created in collaboration with local filmmaker Sam McColl, from Green Eggs and Ham Productions, the video was funded by the City of Ballarat Community Impact Grants, auspiced by Ballarat Arts Alive. Let's Talk Peace … Continue reading Fallout video premieres

QLD Poetry Prize Win

I’ve taken out the Queenland Poetry Arts Queensland 2021 XYZ Prize for Innovation in Spoken Word!! I’m so proud of myself and glad the judge Anisa Nanduala saw the time, effort and creativity that I put into my poem mash-up Single White Female. This entry was by far the most creative of all 31 poems. … Continue reading QLD Poetry Prize Win

Mightier is here!

It’s here! My first ever chapbook is hot of the press and you can get a copy! Featuring all your faves including Water It, No Pockets and Cartographers of Othering, I go into battle with nothing but my pen in this collection of poems which weave the personal and political into fighting words, asking for … Continue reading Mightier is here!

Pandemic Poems Published in Lockdown Anthology

Three pandemic poems have been published by Melbourne Writers Group in their annual anthology and you can buy a copy! This year the anthology is entitled Lockdown: Melbourne Writers' Group and Friends Respond to Isolation in 2020 and it features a collection of 25 short stories and poems by 18 Victorian writers responding to the … Continue reading Pandemic Poems Published in Lockdown Anthology

‘Circuit Work’ Video a QPF Film & Poetry Challenge Finalist – VOTE NOW

My brand new video of my poem 'Circuit Work' is a finalist in the Queensland Poetry Festival's Film & Poetry Challenge. While I didn't win any of the major prizes, there is still a chance for me to win the people’s choice, worth $650. In order for that to happen, you have to VOTE! I … Continue reading ‘Circuit Work’ Video a QPF Film & Poetry Challenge Finalist – VOTE NOW

Short Story Exhibited at Immigration Museum

I have a short story featuring in the Immigration Museum's upcoming exhibition, "Becoming You: An Incomplete Guide". The Museum will be open to the public from Monday 16th November. The story, entitled Behind The Frosted Glass Door, charts the different paths from childhood to adolescence taken by myself and my sister. It was originally written … Continue reading Short Story Exhibited at Immigration Museum