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Fri, 22 July


Mattie Furphy House

OOTA Poetry with Natalie D-Napoleon

Warm up with words. Fill those pages with poetry. Suitable for poets of all levels.

OOTA Poetry with Natalie D-Napoleon
OOTA Poetry with Natalie D-Napoleon

Time & Location

22 July 2022, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Mattie Furphy House, Swanbourne WA 6010, Australia

About the event

Cost: $25 for OOTA members, $30 non members. Poetry writing with the Out of the Asylum writers' group. Natalie Damjanovich-Napoleon (D-Napoleon) is a writer, songwriter and educator from Fremantle, Australia. She spent the last decade in the United States where she was a Coordinator at a City College Writing Centre. Her work has appeared in Griffith Review, Cordite, Meanjin, Australian Poetry Journal and Writer's Digest. She has won both the Bruce Dawe National Poetry Prize and KSP Poetry Prize. In 2019 Ginninderra Press released Natalie’s debut poetry collection First Blood. In 2021 Natalie completed her second poetry collection on motherhood and the silencing of women's voices. Currently Natalie is teaching writing at ECU while completing a PhD on erasure poetry and historic amnesia.

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