Lotterywest Heritage Conversation: The poetry of Woodbridge

by The National Trust of Western Australia

Looking forward to getting back to Woodbridge to chat with Nandi Chinna about our inspiration and experience on the Inspire residency in 2021. We will also be reading some of our poems where there will be an opportunity to ask questions and walk around the house. Afternoon tea will be provided.

Tickets available here:

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/lotterywest-heritage-conversation-the-poetry-of-woodbridge-tickets-375046041807

Published by Lisa Collyer Poet

Lisa Collyer is a poet and educator living and working on Whadjuk Nyoongar Boodja. She writes poetry with a focus on women’s bodies like the jagged edge of a can opened-up. Her work appears in Westerly, Cordite, Australian Poetry, and Rabbit. She is short listed for The Dorothy Hewett Award for her unpublished manuscript, How to Order Eggs Sunny Side Up.

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