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Enough Said Halloween Poetry Slam

When:

Thu 29 Oct 2020, 6:45pm–8:45pm

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: 12+

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Join us on Zoom for the special spOOky slam!
Enough Said Poetry Slam is a slamily where you can share your poems, words, stories, etc, listen to other people share theirs, click for your faves and maybe even win a prize!

We're giving out a special prize for the best Halloween costume and/or background - so get ready to spook things up!

Feature Poet: Isabella Luna
Isabella Luna is a queer writer and performing artist living and working on Dharawal, Wodi Wodi, and Eora lands in NSW, Australia. She holds a BCA (Hons) in Writing at the University of Wollongong. Her work has been featured in various publications and festivals, including Cordite Poetry Review; the Wollongong Writers Festival; Baby Teeth Journal; Sydney's Story-Fest; and once in Texas via Skype. Find her on Twitter: @bellalunpoet

Support Feature: Lekhika Bhadu
The word Lekhika means a female writer in the Hindi language. And, Lekhika is just trying to do justice to her name. She is a poet, a wannabe chef, a coffee snob, and always in search of a good song. Find her on Instagram: @thehoneysnectar

Poetry Slam Rules
Maximum of 15 participants in the online slam. Everyone is welcome, from bedroom poets to experienced performers. Please register in advance of the event.

3 min time limit. props and costumes encouraged this month only! Share your original poems, stories, raps, rants and monologues with a live and engaged/spOOked audience.

Random people from the audience become the judges and the highest-scoring poet wins!

But remember: The points are not the point, the point is poetry!

Enough Said Poetry Slam is proudly supported by Culture Bank Wollongong and Julian Luke Centauri.

We acknowledge we work and share our stories on the land of the Wodi Wodi people of the Dharawal nation and pay our respects.