Daniel Hutley is from Essex in the UK, and has been a regular on Melbourne’s open mics for the last two years. His poetry explores distance and fragmenting relationships. He came second place in the June Shenfield poetry award and in the John Shaw Nielson poetry award. This year he’s had short stories published in Gargouille magazine and the Visible Ink Anthology.

Tune in to hear him in conversation with Carmen Main on 3CR's Spoken Word program.

More Episodes

Felix Nobis LIVE @ The Night Heron

September 25, 2018

Felix Nobis LIVE @ The Night Heron

Loran Steinberg

September 22, 2018

Loran Steinberg is featured in a regrettably rare extended set of her poetry. In it, she reveals herself to be a sensitive and quirky poet of highly diverse means. There are long stream of consciousness episodes, short biting word quips, and other stuff in between. Ela and Santo put her under scrutiny in their interview. Loran comes out of it all gliding confidently, talking not only about her writing and performing, but also the developing and exciting new poetry scene in Footscray.

Ashleigh Russell

August 31, 2018

Ashleigh Russell takes a sharp and uncompromising look at issues of mental illness and how one lives with it for decades. Her poetry is often dark, certainly insightful, and may trigger discomfort in some listeners. There are, however, significant moments of positivity, joy and relief, which are beautifully articulated by Ashleigh, not only in her actual poetry but also in her chat with Ela.

Lisa Bellear

August 17, 2018

This programme features the poetry of long time 3CR stalwart, the late Lisa Bellear. Jen Jewel Brown has recently edited a beautiful anthology of Lisa's poetry for University of Western Australia Publishing. For twenty years, Lisa presented Not Another Koori Show on 3CR before her untimely death. She was not only a poet and broadcaster, but also an academic, social worker, photographer, theatre practitioner, Collingwood City councillor and, of course, passionate political fighter for Indigenous peoples.

Spoken Word - Laundry Man

July 25, 2018


Laundry Man aka Jakob Boyd


July 15, 2018

The remarkable Hunch (aka Daymon Greulich) performs a spectacular set of spoken utterance. He analyses himself, his inner psyche, the world around him, and anything else that might get in the way, at a rate of knots. Just when you thought it couldn't get any faster, he ups the beats per minute to a breathtaking tempo. Norman Gunston on speed. Between pieces, he catches his breath to answer questions from 3CR Spoken Word presenters Ela Fornalska and Santo Cazzati.

Jay J Larkin

May 29, 2018

Santo Cazzati presents Jay J Larkin, convenor of the gig Ms Millies, held monthly at Afro Hub in North Carlton. She talks about what motivated her to start this gig and about her interest in poetry in general. We hear substantial pieces by her covering issues of gender, sexuality and race, written and delivered in a pointed and incisive style.


May 22, 2018

On this programme from the early 2010s, Paulie (aka Paul Daniele), far left revolutionary anarchist, performance poet and grassroots philosopher, is featured as guest of fellow far left Italian Australian Santo Cazzati. We hear a round-the-world travel poem from a left wing perspective; a touching snapshot of High Street, Northcote; an Invasion Day diatribe; and even a love poem - complete with a soupy Neapolitan love song from yesteryear. The highlight of the programme is the performance of the ode to working class drudgery 'Pick, Pack, Break Your Back'.

Xtine Burrows LIVE @ the Night Heron

April 27, 2018

Xtine Burrows LIVE @ the Night Heron