4 Feb 2018 5-7pm

Join us as we explore the languages of Australia’s first peoples, against the backdrop of the exhibition, Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters, at the National Museum of Australia, Canberra.

Journey with our speakers, Sarah Burr, Paul Collis, Lizzie Ellis and Nardi Simpson, as they introduce and define favourite words in language, then discuss why these word are precious and defy translation into

Nigel Featherstone discovered WW1 poet Wilfred Owen when he was a writer-in-residence at the Australian Defence Force Academy researching his novel, Bodies of Men.   Nigel was struck by Wilfred Owen’s story: not knowing whether he would serve, having considered following a religious occupation, Owen did end up serving and devastatingly died only days before the end of the war on

We are saddened to hear of the death of John Clarke, friend of The Poet's Voice. We'd like to remember his wonderfully wicked reimagining of Dante's 'Purgatorio' created for our 2013 MWF event 'Purgatorio: Australia Today' - a creator battling their way through the baffling world of funding. It is typical of John that while debunking funding nonsense he also