Another Lost Shark live at Salt on the Tongue

This Lost Shark is heading south to Goolwa this weekend for the Salt on the Tongue Poetry Festival. And the line-up looks amazing…

Am really looking forward to hearing Jordie Albiston (one of my favourite Australian Poets… if you have not read her collection The Fall, you wouldn’t regret getting a copy), Peter Bakowski (a true master of capturing our urban landscape), (experimental pioneer) PiO, Emma Jones (whose debut collection The Striped World has been receiving rave reviews), and the exciting collective that is Paroxysm Press to name but a few…

And what’s more, I am really looking forward to reading alongside Sarah Day, Louise Oxley and Alex Skovron in the Centenary Hall on Saturday (5:30pm – 7:00pm) and performing at the mighty Friendly St Poets session on Sunday in the Regional Arts Centre (2:00pm – 4:00pm).

For full details of the program visit the Australian Poetry Centre website.

Will try and post some of the happenings from the great south…

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2 responses to “Another Lost Shark live at Salt on the Tongue

  1. It sounds fantastic. I wish I could get there. Have fun and take photos! (p.s. I think Emma Jones is stuck in England because of the ash.)

  2. Have fun! Emma Jones’s book is amazing.

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