South Australian Writers’ Centre
Rundle Sreet, Adelaide
Doors open at 6:30pm to sign in for a 7:00pm start.
$5 to read, 3 minutes each reader.
This week, there will be a special table set up for signing up / paying up your membership. Please be patient: there are probably going to be some queues!
To speed things up, fill in your membership form in advance. They have been emailed out to as many current members as possible.
There also is a form you can download from the following link:
As usual, every poem read is eligible for selection in our annual anthology.
Please bring two copies of your poem and include your name and permission to publish.
Read it, place it in the box and it will be be considered by our editors for publication in our anthology.
Doors open at 6:30 for 7:00 pm start
SA Writers’ Centre, Rundle Street, Adelaide.
Open mic, 3 minutes per reader. All members’ poems are eligible for publication in the annual anthology. $5/$3 entry. If you’re not a member, sign up on the night for only $5!
This month we feature special guest, Richard Tipping. Richard was a pioneer helping to start up FSP and has gone on to be internationally recognised for his visual approach to poetry. He will be launching his new book “Tommy Ruff: Adelaide Poems”. For more info , see http://presspress.com.au/Tipping.html
‘Edit When Sober’
A Celebration of Poets & Poetry
Alison Flett, Heather Taylor Johnson
& Rachael Mead
for a reading of some of their favourite poets and the poems they wrote in response. This is what they do in their poetry group ‘Edit When Sober’ and now they’re going to share it with you.
MC: Jelena Dinic
We’d love to see a massive crowd there supporting poetry in South Australia
Light refreshments kindly provided by the State Library.
This is a FREE event. Everyone is welcome.
Our successful AGM on 6th May 2014 elected the following new Management Committee who look forward to working with the membership in the year ahead.
John Brydon (Chair)
David Harris (Secretary)
Sue Reece (Treasurer)
Ian Gibbins (Website and Facebook)
Paul Wilkins (Sponsorship)
We particularly acknowledge the work of Nigel Ford who will continue to manage development of our regional programmes.
We will seek volunteers from the membership to support other Friendly Street activities.