We are so thrilled to introduce you to the first of our amazing readers for ‘Of the Night’! J V Birch lives in Adelaide. Her poems have appeared in anthologies, journals and magazines across Australia, the UK, Canada and the US. She has two collections –Smashed Glass at Midnight and What the Water & Moon Gave Me – … More Meet Our Readers – J V Birch
Calling writers, artists, performers, creative types, thinkers, and anyone with something to contribute! The Hearth will be presenting two nights of readings as part of the Adelaide Fringe in March 2017. These two nights will be based around different, though complimentary, themes. We are inviting you to submit a 250-word pitch on either the theme … More Fringe 2017: 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
Melanie Pryor is an Adelaide writer who looks at place, memory, and poetics in her work. Last year, Melanie came runner-up in the Overland Story Wine Prize for her dark lyrical piece “Salt Skin.” It’s well worth a read if you like evocative and unsettling writing. “Salt Skin” was published in Overland and you can read it … More Meet Our Readers – Melanie Pryor
The Hearth is a literary event that aims to bring people together over conversation, ideas, and a drink or two. The Hearth Collective was formed gradually over a long winter of talking about books and writing by fireside, stolen coffee dates amid hectic schedules, and hillside roaming in blustery weather. We are Alicia, Emma, Lauren, … More Introducing The Hearth