It’s here! My dystopian Animal Crossing poetry zine ‘No Horizons’.
You can grab a PDF copy on:
The Upstream Zine Fair is happening on Sat 7 March, 5pm to 9pm in Wodonga, Victoria. I’ll be hosting a workshop on alternative/unique ways to fold your zines and I’ll also have a zine stall! You’ll be able to buy most of my zines (and if you can’t make it to Wodonga, you can buy them on Etsy or Gumroad).
If you also want to table and sell your zines, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please come zine with me!
Come say hi to me and buy some zines at Festival of the Photocopier 2020!
February Sat 8th & Sun 9th
12-5pm @ Meat Market, North Melbourne
I’ll have a new spooky chatterbox zine and plant zine available, as well as old favourites like Ikea Blackout Poetry and limited copies of my book Milk Teeth!
Then on Tuesday 29 October, my story ‘Bodies Needed’ will be released as part of the audio series Urban Internet Myths at Digital Writers’ Festival, voiced and produced by Rudi Bremer. I can’t wait for you to hear the spooky, kooky and weird episodes in this series!
Cover image courtesy of Digital Writer’s Festival.
I’ll be tabling at the UQ Art Museum zine fair on 4 May, 10am-4pm! I’ll be selling copies of all my zines and a handful of Milk Teeths. Come along and say hi!
Last night the Queensland Poetry Festival program for 2018 was launched and it’s truly wonderful! The festival runs from Thursday 23rd to Sunday 26th August 2018 and you can view the FULL PROGRAM on the website.
Here’s a peak at what I’ll be getting up to at the Festival, including reading queer poetry, slinging zines and launching my very first book!
Attention Brisbane folk! The Tundish Review Issue 6 Launch is tomorrow evening at Betty’s Espresso & Bar from 7pm.
I’ll be reading some poetry about teen camping trips and Pokemon Go!
And if you feel inclined to read something yourself, there’s an open mic. Wow us with your words and buy a copy of The Tundish Review #6!
I have just released a weird zine / micro-chapbook of new poems called ‘Junk’, inspired by a spam email I received. I was drawn to the peculiar poetry of the probable-bot, who was trying to seduce me with clunky mysterious lines like: ‘I stroked him his chest, abdomen, sponges.’
So I used only lines, phrases and words from this spam email to create 5 poems. I hope you enjoy it!
I will have zines on display and for sale at A Hanging Affair zine exhibition! It’ll be on Friday 1 December, 2017 – 5-8pm @ Church Brisbane, 243 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane. Come along and say hi!