Poetry in Conversation: Amanda Joy

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'Poetry In Conversation' is a chance for you to listen to some of Perth’s best poets in an interview format with Robert Wood. These sessions are designed as an introduction and exploration of how poets write, read and talk. This recording is from 'Poetry in Conversation' on the 14th of September 2017. 

AMANDA JOY was born and raised in the Kimberley and Pilbara regions of Western Australia, her first full-length book, Snake Like Charms, was part of the UWAP Poetry series. Her poem Tailings won the 2016 Peter Porter Poetry Prize. She is the author of two chapbooks, Not Enough to Fold and Orchid Poems.  

ROBERT WOOD has interned for Overland and Wild Dingo Press, worked for Australian Poetry, edited for Peril and Cordite, been a columnist for Cultural Weekly and is on the faculty of The School of Life. At present he works for the Centre for Stories. 


Copyright © 2017 Amanda Joy and Robert Wood

This recording has been licensed to the Centre for Stories by the Storytellers. For reproduction and distribution of this recording please contact the Centre for Stories.