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10/10/2016

She’s a poet with a grape varietal as a namesake. In her debut poetry collection from Cordite Books, Autumn Royal uses this personal metaphor to full effect, even commenting on it baldly in her poem ‘viticulture’. Here she tells the pharmacist about her name meaning, w...

8/5/2016

It's not often you come across a poet who stops you in your tracks in the way that Genevieve McClean can. Not only is she a gifted wordsmith, but her stage presence is arresting; her voice distinctive. She has a musicality to her readings akin to freestyle jazz. With h...

7/1/2016

It's an unassuming green-blue cover; its title a simple invitation: Pick me up. Doing so won't disappoint. Filled with quirky black and white line drawings by local artist, pigeon, it reads like a well-crafted and open-hearted journal. A glimpse into the thoughts of a...

6/23/2016

A review of Comfort Food, poetry by Ellen van Neerven.


There isn't a single culture that doesn't understand the unifying experience of food, in its many guises of form, tradition, production and sharing. Its consumption is understood as one of the many sensual pleasure...

9/30/2015

Photos (c) Brendan Bonsack

​This year saw the launch of the first Girls on Key EP featuring local spoken word artists and musicians, Sneaker Peek Vol. 1. Launched at the Grace Darling, the EP will be a fundraiser to help Girls on Key to keep running in the future.

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Photos (c) Girls on Key Poetry by Brendan Bonsack

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