FSP Anthology #41 Launch

FSP Anthology #41 Launch

FSP Anthology 41: Worlds in Words, edited by Edie Eicas and David Harris, was launched by Mike Ladd at the Box Factory on 12th June to much acclaim.

The Satura Prize for best poem in the Anthology was awarded to Cary Hamlyn for Ultrasound in B-flat.

The Nova Prize for best poem in the Anthology by a previously unpublished poet was awarded to Inez Marrasso for No Boundaries.

Congratulations to the prize winners and everyone who has been published in the Anthology!

 

FSP at Unley Town Hall: Saturday 17th June

 

Saturday 17th June, 1:00 – 3:30pm

Unley Town Hall, Oxford Tce, Unley.

Guest poets include Louise Nicholas, Pam Maitland, Geoff Johnson and MC David Harris.

Bring your own poems for the Open Mic along with two copies to be considered for publication in the FSP annual anthology.

Or just come long and listen!

Free admission.

FSP Featured Poets at Halifax Cafe in May: Mike Ladd and Ross Donlon

The FSP Halifax Featured Poets Series is back again for 2017!

Halifax Cafe

187 Halifax Street Adelaide.

Wednesday, 31st May, 6:00 – 7:30 pm

$5 entry helps support the poets.

Come early, stay late, enjoy the wonderful food, beverages and atmosphere of the Cafe.

 

Mike Ladd

lives and writes in Adelaide. He ran Poetica on ABC Radio National for 2 decades and currently works for Radio National’s features and documentaries unit. His new collection of poems and short prose Invisible Mending is published by Wakefield Press.

Ross Donlon

has published three books of poetry, The Blue Dressing Gown & other poems, the bi-lingual, Sjøvegen (The Sea Road) 50 tanka for ?lvik and his new book, Lucidity. He has been published in leading Australian and Irish journals. A sequence from The Blue Dressing Gown was produced for Radio National’s Poetica. His awards include the Varuna Dorothy Hewett Flagship Fellowship, international poetry prizes and the Launceston Cup, premier spoken word event of the Tasmanian Poetry Festival. He has read his work widely in Australia, in many parts of Europe, including Norway, Romania and Poland and has featured at festivals in England and Ireland. He now lives in Castlemaine, Victoria.

Support the Featured Poets Series

Join FSP for only $25 / $15 p.

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FSP Management Committee 2017

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Following the recent FSP AGM, the Management Committee for 2017 consists of:

  • Nigel Ford (Convenor)
  • Paul Wilkins  (Treasurer)
  • Sue Reece (Secretary)
  • Edie Eicas
  • Geoff Hastwell
  • Murray Alfredson

with valuable input from:

  • David Harris (Membership)
  • Jules Lee Koch (FSP Library readings)
  • Jelena Dinic (FSP Featured Poets at Halifax Cafe readings)
  • Ian Gibbins (Communications)

and FSP Annual Anthology #42 editors:

  • Karl Cameron Jackson and Ros Schulz (2017)

Big thanks to out going Treasurer, David Harris, and 2016 Anthology #41 editors, Edie Eicas and David Harris.

FSP June City Meeting: Anthology #41 Launch

The June FSP City Meeting will launch the

 FSP Anthology 41: Worlds in Words

edited by Edie Eicas and David Harris.

at the Box Factory  on Monday 12th June.

Doors open at 6:00 pm.

This is the biggest anthology FSP has ever produced! Winners of the Nova & Satura Prizes will be announced. The prize winners and poets invited by the Editors, Edie Eicas & David Harris, will read as part of the evening events.

Copies of the new Anthology will be on sale for $20 before & after the launch activities.

Please BYO a plate & stay to enjoy conversation & nibblies afterwards.

Free entry.

Please note: there will be no open mic this month!

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Memberships for 2017 are now due. Join up and ensure that FSP’s activities can continue!! Click here for forms and more info.