This Saturday 24th July 2pm-4pm we have wonderful poet Deanne Leber + launch of her Constellations + open-mike at the Moon Café and on Zoom.
Launch speech by Dr Andrew Burke, also featuring retired Assoc Prof. Susan Ash (from ECU).
Deanne Leber is a writer, with poetry being her first love. She has worked on a collection of poems as part of her PhD project at Edith Cowan University.
This Saturday 10th July 2pm-4pm we have wonderful poets Andrew Burke + Andre de Bassendean + Andrew Shillam (NSW) + open-mike at the Moon Café and on Zoom.
We are back at the Moon Café - folk will have to QR code in or sign in, and people will have to wear a mask unless eating or drinking. You can QR table order or order at bar as normal. There is a limit of 2 per square metre which means no more than 50 in the back room, and we have operated like that for a good 6 months so no need to worry really.
This Saturday 3rd July 2pm-4pm we have wonderful poets Nathan Toy + Maurice Corlett (NSW) + open-mike on Zoom.
We will NOT be at the Moon Cafe.
Nathan Toy grew up in Brisbane City, moving to Western Australia when he was a teenager.
Nathan’s poetry comes from a place of pain, human pain, pain that we have either experienced already or will experience soon. Nathan hopes his poetry whispers softly to the still-sleeping darkness within you, and soothes it with a reminder: you are not alone.
This Saturday 26th June 2pm-4pm we have wonderful poet Sundra Lawrence (UK) + open-mike at the Moon Café and on Zoom.
Sundra Lawrence is a UK based poet and writer of British Tamil heritage. She has performed her work across the UK and internationally, from the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank to the Jazz Cafe in Prague. Her poetry and short stories have been broadcast on national television, radio and podcasts.
This Saturday 5th June 2pm-4pm we have wonderful poets Ruari Jack Hughes + Bronwyn Mory + open-mike at the Moon Café and on Zoom.
Ruari Jack Hughes was born in Sydney. His father suffered a terrible accident when Ruari was still a small boy. This event caused much family disruption and his parents’ subsequent separation. From his early teens he travelled extensively in Australia. He spent most of the sixties in New Zealand and later did development aid work for four years in Zimbabwe.