Another Lost Shark in the news

My head is well and truly swimming with poetry… QPF 2010 was an unforgettable weekend, but more on that later… tonight is for dreaming.

There is however one thing I would love to share with you all. Poetry as we all know rarely gets alot of airtime in major newspapers, so it was a rush to be featured in a 6 page spread – Thrill of the Quill – in The Courier Mail’s glossy weekend liftout, QWeekend on Saturday (Aug 28).

In the article, Frances Whiting talks to QLD stalwarts, Bruce Dawe and David Rowbotham; one of the fresh young faces in Brisbane poetry, Zenobia Frost; UQP Poetry Editor, Felicity Plunkett; editor of Jacket Magazine, John Tranter and myself to get the lowdown on the poetry scene past,  present and future.

Here’s a link to download the article – Poetry is not Dead_Courier Mail – Qweekend_28 August 2010.

Enjoy!

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11 responses to “Another Lost Shark in the news

  1. how exciting and interesting it is to read the article – best wishes to you all doing such wonderful things over there!

  2. Glad to hear some poets are getting recognized.

  3. I got the Courier Mail on Sunday and that is such an awesome story and photos – covers a lot of stuff and is a great promoter for poetry – wow, like mainstreaming poetry – hahahaha! Congrats Graham and the others interviewed.

  4. Great to see this, G. Also, love Bruce Dawe’s extremely quotable “like breathing on paper” bit!

  5. You fullas are CHOICE, ay?!

  6. “it’s too bloody hot in
    Brisbane for berets.”

    Awesome, Graham – congratulations indeed!

  7. Lost Cock

    Nice photo me boy!

  8. Pingback: From the Vaults: QWeekend | a storm of tea cups

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