Arts Season Q and A with poet Natalie Damjanovich-Napoleon

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As part of Victoria Parks Arts Season, please join Mimma Tornatora for a Q and A with writer, songwriter and educator, Natalie Damjanovich-Napoleon.

Natalie is an award-winning poet and songwriter. She has won several major poetry prizes in Australia, including the Bruce Dawe and KSP Poetry Prize. She was recently shortlisted for the prestigious Peter Porter Poetry Prize. Her second poetry book, If There Is a Butterfly That Drinks Tears, is out now! She explores immigration, women's bodies, and forgotten histories through her work.

We look forward to an evening discovering more about Natalie and her works.
Natalie’s interviewer, Mimma Tornatora, is one of our local poets, authors, teacher & facilitator, co-editor of 2023 Collectanae Anthology and winner of the 2024 Victoria Park Arts Grant .

Light refreshments will be served.

Bookings are essential and can be made online, in person, email or phone.
Bookings are not confirmed until payment has been received.

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Event Details

Time: 6pm-7:30pm

Location: 27 Sussex Street, East Victoria Park

Venue: Town of Victoria Park Library

Cost: $3 per person (non-refundable)

Category: General, All events

Type: General

Audience: Adult


Organisation: Town of Victoria Park Library

Phone: 0893735500


Event Date(s)

  • Wednesday 10th April 2024

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