Launch Countdown: Brisbane New Voices IV

On Tuesday April 23, Brisbane New Voices IV will make its first steps into the world, as featured poets Trudie Murrell (Women and Cars) and Vuong Pham (Refugee Prayer) step out onto the gorgeously weathered boards of the Riverbend Books deck and debut the work from their highly anticipated collections.

BNV IV Refugee Prayer

Working with Vuong and Trudie has been a true pleasure, both of them showing an unflinching dedication to delivering a collection of poems that realised their vision. And as always, the dream team of Benjamin Portas (design), Julie Beveridge (layout) and Ben Aitchison (production) have made that dream real, producing a book that looks and feels like you want to read it… over and over again.BNV IV Women and CarsI will be showcasing work from the collections over the next fortnight in the lead up to the launch and offering a one off Launch Price for ALS Readers, but for now, here’s the details of the launch. We hope you can be there to celebrate!

Riverbend Poetry Series – April 2013

After a sell-out first event in February, heating it up on the Riverbend deck for the April poetry series are three fantastic features and a launch! Joining us is Victorian poet Peter Bakowski, Gold Coast eco-poet Stuart Cooke, UK-via-Rockhampton poet Paul Summers, and the launch of Brisbane New Voices IV featuring local poets Vuong Pham and Trudie Murrell. Come along and let poetry light up the night!

When: Tuesday 23rd April 2013, 6pm for a 6:30pm start
Where: Riverbend Books, 193 Oxford St, Bulimba
Cost: $10
Bookings: Visit the website to book online or call Riverbend Books on 07 3899 8555

This event always sells out fast, so book early to avoid disappointment!

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4 responses to “Launch Countdown: Brisbane New Voices IV

  1. Sounds great Graham – looking forward to this one!
    Great to see the series is at ‘4’ already too

  2. I am very grateful you have thrown me one in. The first one. I still return to it often for inspiration.

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