The Poetry of Woodbridge

The heritage conversation is now on youtube which was filmed at Woodbridge. I was interviewed by Julian Donaldson, the CEO of The National Trust of W.A. about my inspiration and creative journey whilst on residency in 2021. I also read some of the poems I wrote during my stay which have been woven through the conversation.

https://www.nationaltrust.org.au/wa-heritage-festival-2022/lotterywest-heritage-conversations

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 She is short listed for The Dorothy Hewett Award for her unpublished manuscript, How to Order Eggs Sunny Side Up.

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