Where I’m Going, Where I’ve Gone
What is it about poetry that makes it such a powerful conduit for storytelling and placemaking? Join Australia’s finest young poets for this discussion of narrative, journey and home.
Kaitlyn Plyley is a writer and poet. Her one-woman spoken-word show 'Not Much To Tell You' appeared at Fringe World this year. Her poetry appears in 'Fremantle Poets 3: Performance Poets' and 'The Suburban Review'. Kaitlyn is a Hack ...Read More
Lorin Elizabeth is a spoken word poet and co-founder of the Enough Said poetry slam. She was a finalist at the 2013 Nimbin Performance Poetry World Cup. In 2013 Lorin was a performer and program coordinator for the first Word Travels Festival in Sydney.Read More
From Alice Springs, Anglo-Indigenous Australian Laurie May is a resistance poet challenging societal norms and perspectives on poverty. Known for her clever, often humorous, wordplay and pointed politics of identity themes, Laurie May has been touring Australia ...Read More
Omar Musa is a Malaysian-Australian rapper, poet and author from Queanbeyan. A former winner of the Australian Poetry Slam and Indian Ocean Poetry Slam, he has performed extensively around the country. Omar has released three hip hop albums and two poetry books, ...Read More