Mary Stone on Spoken Word
Tune in to this podcast on Podbean to hear Mary Stone share her poetry in discussion with Carmen Main.
Mary Stone is a poet, singer, song-writer, artist & librarian.
She has featured as a spoken word performer in & around Melbourne, including: West Word, House of Bricks, Chamber Poets, Red Lobster & several cafes, galleries & bars. Some of her poetry has also been included as part of broader art installations & exhibitions.
Mary's work is inclusive of several poetic styles from: free form to haiku / senryu & has been published in anthologies. She is currently working on a manuscript for her first chapbook to be published soon [early 2018].
Mary has also been a writer and editor for: "PASH Capsule: an online magazine about love & provocations".
Mary has received several awards for her work - the latest being Highly Commended for the "Words in Winter Contemporary Poetry Competition - 2017".
She is also the lead singer for: "Ill Gotten Booty" - a ratbag of roister-doisters whose songs are often a mix of Celtic, American Gothic & Folky flavours.
You can find Mary performing & making a general nuisance of herself mostly within the inner Melbs poetry & dive-bar communities.
Spoken Word - Jocelyn Deane
Jocelyn Deane and Carmen Main, in coversation regarding all things poetic.
Jocelyn Deane was born in London, 1993, before moving to Australia in 2001. They were awarded the 2013 457 visa prize for poetry, as well as being shortlisted for the 2015 Marsden and Hachette prize. They’ve been published in Voiceworks, Australian Poetry and Seizure magazine, among other places. They currently work as a freelance web-designer, tutor and translator and are studying at the University of Melbourne.
Santo Cazzati : Suite For An Angel
Kim Jeffs - Spoken Word
Bushfires, gardening, masculinity and family violence, dementia and loneliness, being a mother, being a doctor, celestial bodies, love, religion, football, and more!
Kim Jeffs is our guest this week, sharing her work and discussing how poetry has helped change her outlook on life.
Nadia Rhook - Spoken Word
Santo Cazzati : Collected Smirks (Vol 1)
Santo Cazzati : The Voiceprints Recordings, 2009-15
Santo Cazzati : Collected Smirks Vol 2
Cam Black and The Dan Poets
Former convenor of The Dan Poets, Cam Black, recorded in 2009, reminisces on the first 15 years' history of the gig which started in 1994 and continues every Saturday to the present (2017). He gives a snapshot of a typical afternoon at The Dan O'Connell Hotel in Carlton. We also hear a chunk of his own tight observational poetry, including a tribute to the then recently deceased character of Melbourne poetry, Shelton Lea.