Showing posts from May, 2015

Trouble Sleeping?

Having trouble sleeping? Here's something for you: Storycast, a series of live-streamed late-night readings of poetry and short stories.  Planned and MC'd by the wonderfula Sam Jozeps, the Storycasts are recorded live from various spaces throughout Adelaide and South Australia.  Each live Storycast features new and old work by late and living writers.  Tonight's broadcast is Storycast #4 and I'm on the bill with other writers/readers Katherine Arguile, Sky Harrison, and choir Choral Grief. You can Listen In in real time at 10.30pm (Australian Central Standard Time). That means 11pm for you eastern states folk and 9pm for friends in the West. If you live somwhere else in the world, you'll have to do your own calculations. Google Timezones. But don't worry if you miss the live broadcast (because it's an school night and you need those zzzzz now that you're older than 30), you can listen back at any time that suits you thanks to the w


Little Fictions @ Knox Street Bar --> A beautiful thing has happened. An idea talked about in 2010, realised in 2011, developed for  3 years and almost ended in 2014 has now, in 2015, morphed into something new. It's a beautiful thing to watch an idea twist, turn, evolve and become something new and whole. It's akin to what we do when we write - articulate that initial idea, test it out, write drafts, rewrite drafts until we have a final product which then goes on to become something else each time it is read. But enough with the writing metaphor – what about the idea? Back in 2011 in Adelaide I produced the first of the Spineless Wonders Presents A short evening of tall stories; then in 2014 we presented our 10th and final event at The Wheatsheaf Hotel. Some folks wanted it to continue but you have to trust your gut with these things - for me, it felt like time to finish up a highly successful series of events. But Bronwyn Mehan of Spineless Wonders publi