Poetry Reading/Performance (Word Tree 2010)

David Gilbey

Research output: Non-textual outputs, including Creative WorksCreative Works - Live Performance

Abstract

I was the second poet to be invited for the 2010 Word Tree Readings at Burrinja Arts Cafe which had established themselves as a place for contemporary Australian poets to perform their works in the 'hills' above Melbourne. The Word Tree/Burrinja readings were innovative in bringing a range of voices and styles into Melbourne poetry circles. Although the readings only lasted a few years (until poet Catherine Bateson moved on), they were well-attended and remain celebrated in 'arts' poetry theatres. I was delighted to be asked and it gave me an opportunity to 'try out' a range of my poems to a cultured, literate audience, themselves a modest but significant of the Australian contemporary poetry scene.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBurrinja Cafe, Upwey
PublisherWord Tree
Size6 March 2010; 12 x poems performed/read; audience 40-50
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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