Panel

What should poetry be?

Page, stage, rage or sage: there's a lot of opinions on what poetry is and what it should be. Is it an oral art form or "patterned language"? Is it best heard, or read? Should it speak truth to power or reveal truth through beauty? This panel asks some big questions of the contemporary moment in Australian poetry.

3.30 pm to 4.45 pm

Main Hall, Gorman Arts Centre

55 Ainslie Street, Braddon

Geoff Page

Eunice Andrada

Kent MacCarter

Zoe Anderson

Hosted by

Melinda Smith

Cost:

Free (but please register your attendance)

Geoff Page
Eunice Andrada
Kent MacCarter
Zoe Anderson

Geoff Page

Eunice Andrada

Kent MacCarter

Zoe Anderson

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