The world's best spoken word artists converge online for Story Week 2020 and bring to you an electrifying line-up of literary talent.
A large format book for 5-to-8-year-olds, covering a wide variety of trains using different styles of poetry and illustrations.
Stories of bar adventures, Bali life, anonymous trysts, and dark low-points on the streets.
We're going on a bear hunt. We're going to catch a big one. Will you come too?
A poem for every day of the year, beautifully illustrated, with authors ranging from modern poets to classic writers like William Blake, Emily Dickinson and William Shakespeare.
A collection of poems following the author's past love affairs and the impact that they had on her life and her soul.
A book positioned beautifully to engage young people with language so that they see how powerful literature can be created out of everyday life, deeply and sensitively observed.
A very short collection of rhymes and stories for parents and guadians to read to toddlers and other young children.
Homer’s The Iliad is, above its poetry and deep influence upon Western arts and literature, bloody. After all, this is the story of a ten-year siege on an impenetrable city. There are bound to be some casualities. Alice Oswald’s Memorial doesn’t shy away from this fact,
Through verse and imagery, take take a stroll over bridges and under cloisters, following Venetian locals and visitors as they pass through centuries.
The second memoir by 24 year old 'social influencer' Connor Franta, who has made a name for himself on social media and YouTube.
John Bell and Simon Tedeschi’s imagining of Lord Alfred Tennyson’s 'Enoch Arden' is a stripped-back account of heartfelt passion.
A book of microfictions (extremely short prose) providing glimpses into the everyday challenges of family life, relationships, ageing and loss.
A fascinating and entertaining biography that describes the life of South Australian poet CJ Dennis who was born in 1876 and lived on both sides of the track.
A macabre collection of short stories and poetry written by poet CS Hughes.
In this surreal autobiographical film, we follow the early life of future director Alejandro Jodorowsky in colourful, vibrant Chile during the 1940s and 50s.
An anthology of poems for teachers of years 5-8, easily navigated to peruse poems based on author or to seek insight into enhancing curriculum requirements.
Through witty rhyme, this 45-minute monologue follows a pretentious but isolated nerd who tires of the way everyone celebrates beauty over intelligence.
Thursday 26th March, SA Writers Centre will celebrate World Poetry Day by listening to poets reading about poets and poetry and all things poetic at our next Quick & Dirty event.
The annual RiAus Sci-ku competition is back in August 2014 with a food theme, providing an easy and fun way for students and adults to get involved in National Science Week.