Bronwyn Lovell is a poet and a creative writing PhD candidate at Flinders University, where she’s working on a feminist sci-fi verse novel and researching depictions of women in space narratives. Bronwyn has won and been shortlisted for numerous poetry prizes and her work has been published widely. You can find her writing in the following … More Meet Our Readers – Bronwyn Lovell
Tracy Crisp is a writer, performer and excellent Adelaidean who lived for many years in Abu Dhabi, but has (we’re so glad!) recently moved back to Adelaide. She is also a funeral celebrant whose work is grounded in her belief that people’s life stories are a rich and powerful gift. Tracy’s second novel Surrogate is coming out later … More Meet Our Readers – Tracy Crisp
Calling writers, artists, performers, creative types, thinkers, and anyone with something to contribute! We are inviting you to submit a 250-word pitch for The Hearth’s next night of readings on the theme of: —Nostalgia— July (date TBA) at The Jade (160 Flinders St, Adelaide). We welcome very wide interpretations on the theme and encourage experimental … More ‘Nostalgia’ – A Call for Pitches!
Announcing Phillip Kavanagh as the final star in our constellation of luminous readers for tonight’s ‘Mysteries & Wonders’ readings!! Phillip is a playwright based between Adelaide and Sydney. He completed a Bachelor of Creative Arts (Honours) and a Master of Arts in Creative Writing at Flinders University, as well as a Graduate Diploma of Dramatic Art … More Meet Our Readers – Phillip Kavanagh
Satori is an Adelaide based poet and MC and also the organiser and host of regular spoken word night Dithyrambia. He’ll be treating us to some of his signature spoken word at ‘Mysteries & Wonders’ and we can’t wait! In case you were wondering, the name Satori means the expression of enlightenment. You can find out more … More Meet Our Readers – Satori
We are overjoyed to announce that Gay Lynch will be reading at ‘Earthly Delights’ on Thursday 2nd March! Gay is a creative writing academic, working adjunct to Flinders University. She has published academic papers, Cleanskin, a novel (2006) and short stories: most recently, in Griffith Review (2016), Best Australian Stories 2015, TEXT (2015), and Sleepers Almanac: … More Meet Our Readers – Gay Lynch
Andrew Lee made it to the slam poetry NSW final when he was 13. Since then Andrew has shared his poems and songs with anyone who’ll listen, from open mic attendees to train station patrons. A highlight was playing original songs as a supporting act to Kate Ceberano at the 2009 Red Desert Live Festival … More Meet Our Readers – Andrew Lee
Calling writers, artists, performers, creative types, thinkers, and anyone with something to contribute! We are inviting you to submit a 250-word pitch on the theme of : —Lives & Selves— for our next night of readings. It will be held during November (date TBA) at The Jade. We welcome very wide interpretations on the theme … More ‘Lives & Selves’ – A Call for Readers!
Anisha Pillarisetty is an Adelaide based writer and excellent human being, and we’re just a little bit (or, like, a whoooole lot) excited to hear her read a short fictional piece themed around Hunger at the next Hearth night of readings. Anisha majored in Creative Writing at the University of Adelaide, and is currently making her way … More Meet Our Readers – Anisha Pillarisetty
With our next event, ‘Hunger’, fast approaching, we’d like to introduce you to the first in our amazing line up of readers: CJ McLean. CJ McLean is an Adelaide-based writer and playwright. His work has appeared in InDaily, Buzzcuts and Rip It Up. He’s twice received commendations for the State Theatre Company’s Young Playwright’s award, in 2010 and 2013, and … More Meet Our Readers – CJ McLean