Poetry with Michelle Cahill

In this series of three workshops poet and author Michelle Cahill will teach on aspects of poetic craft: image, metaphor and voice. The focus is on how writers can best hone their language and sensibility to communicate lyric and narrative from and about Western Sydney , threading and reinvigorating culture, home, history and community. Poetry can be a powerful energy, rupturing the heteronormative with the strange, the alien, the haunted, the natural, the surreal.

Where: 91B Grose Street, North Parramatta, NSW 2151. WestWords Centre for Writing.

Cost: $125 member/$165 non-member

Bookings through https://www.westwords.com.au/projects/coming-up-in-2018/

or call 02 8677 4815

 

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Michelle Cahill’s short story collection won the UTS Glenda Adams Award in the NSW Premier’s Literary Award. She is the author of three collections of poetry. Vishvarupa was short-listed in the VPLA and her latest collection is The Herring Lass.