Cockatoo and gum – symbols of an unspoilt age Poet Pavithra Joseph and photographer Roderick Hatrick have joined forces to reproduce a quintessential picture of the resilience of Australia’s exceptional flora and fauna. When the red gum sang I heard a red gum sing in a quiet alto once, as the wind ran its fingers […]
Poet and novelist, Ferdinando Manzo, has just had an article about his work published in an interpreters' and translators' magazine, In Touch. The article highlights the launch of his last poetry collection Night Road to Life by the poet, Paolo Totaro AM.
Over recent weeks, haiku has been a hot topic here at the Sydney School of Arts and Humanities, with newcomers to the genre surprised to learn that haiku needs syllables... well, like fish need bicycles.