Poetry Workshop
Natalie Damjanovich-Napoleon


There is a lot of buzz in the Western Sydney poetry community this year – and we’re here with some exciting news!

Whether you are a seasoned poet, or just finding your voice, please join us at WestWords on April 3rd for this special one-off workshop with visiting guest poet, Natalie Damjanovich-Napoleon.

Natalie is an American/Australian poet, and winner of the 2018 Bruce Dawe National Poetry Prize. She’s won the 2019 Katharine Susannah Prichard Poetry Award, while her work was recently featured in the US on NPR‘s “The Great American Folk Show”. She has presented at numerous literary festivals and events in both Australia and the United States, ranging from the Perth Poetry Festival to the Tucson Festival of Books. On the musical front, Natalie’s poetically titled 2020 album, “You Wanted To Be The Shore, But Instead You Were The Sea,” was released internationally through Proper Records and reached number #1 on the AIR Australian Independent Album Chart.

You can glean an insight into her writing undertakings here:

And her music here:

Natalie presents a variety of poetry, creative writing, and poetry as lyrics workshops, specializing in workshop-friendly visual poetry forms including found, erasure, and cut-up poetry.

Cost for this workshop is $20. Please contact admin@westwords.com.au if you have any questions. 

When: 3rd April, 10am-12pm
Where: WestWords Centre for Writing, 41 Hunter Street, Parramatta
Price: $20 
Booking link: https://events.humanitix.com/poetry-workshop-with-natalie-damjanovich-napoleon