Thin Red Lines Poetry Night


7:00 pmWednesday, 22 March


Brunswick Artists Bar

316 Sydney road Brunswick

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Anthea Yang is a writer and poet living on unceded Wurundjeri land. Her writing has appeared in Going Down Swinging, Kill Your Darlings, Mascara Literary Review and the HEIDE+Rabbit House of Ideas: Modern Women anthology, among others. She was longlisted for the 2021 Kuracca Prize for Australian Literature, shortlisted for the 2020 Dorothy Porter Award for Poetry, and has performed her poetry at the Emerging Writers’ Festival, Melbourne Writers Festival and Red Room Poetry’s 2022 Victorian Poetry Month Gala. Born in Western Australia, her favourite season is summer.

Alex Creece is a writer, poet, collage artist, and average kook living and working on Wadawurrung land. Alex works as the Online Editor for Archer Magazine and the Production Editor for Cordite Poetry Review. She's also on the editorial committee for Sunder Journal. Alex was awarded a Write-ability Fellowship in 2019 and a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowship in 2020. A sample of Alex’s work was Highly Commended in the 2019 Next Chapter Scheme, and she was shortlisted for the 2021 Kat Muscat Fellowship. In 2022, Alex was shortlisted for the inaugural Born Writers Award and the Lord Mayor’s Creative Writing Award. She's been published with Australian Poetry Journal, Aniko Press, SBS Online, and more. (photographer credit Tobias Titz)

Sholto Buck is a poet and artist living in Naarm Melbourne. His work attends to the poetic image and its power to draw complexity from observation and delusion. He recently completed his PhD in creative writing at RMIT.

N.J.A. is a sad girl & a bad boy based within multidisciplinary art practice; a writer and curator under the moniker Bad Artist Presents. Their visual works stay confronting, riddled with poetical, or rhymed text: demanding an emotional reaction from the viewer. N.J.A’s writing always forms its own beat, key stanza often posing as double entendre. BAP resides, creates, and writes on the lands of the Banurong Boon Worrong and Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung peoples of the Eastern Kulin Nations.

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    Brunswick Artists Bar

    316 Sydney road Brunswick