Connecting with Your Raw Honesty & Expressing it Poetically
Have you always wanted to write poetry that is raw and emotive and doesn’t conform to the traditional view of poetry? Are you ashamed or don’t know how to connect with your honesty to write that poem you have always wanted to write?
Join controversial performer, poet and opinion writer Koraly Dimitriadis who will delve into the power of poetry that knows no boundaries, where there are no rules and learn how to tap into your emotions to write powerful poetry.
Koraly Dimitriadis is the author of the controversial bestseller for poetry Love and F**k Poems with Greek and English editions published by Honest Publishing in Europe. She is an opinion writer and has contributed to publications such as Daily Life, The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, ABC, SBS, Rendezview and The Saturday Paper. Koraly writes short-stories, novels and non-fiction. She is also an actor. She has made short films of her poems which were funded by Australia Council called The Good Greek Girl Film Project. Koraly has also produced an unscripted feature KORALY: I wonder if they'll make the TV show which was screened on channel 31. In late 2016 Koraly staged her debut theatre show Koraly : "I say the wrong things all the time" at La Mama Theatre.
How to break down the barriers and connect with your honest, authentic voice
From emotion to poem, how to get a strong poem on the page
The different opportunities there are for getting your poetry published and accessed
Some of the different ways poetry can be expressed such as film, music and theatre
WHEN: Saturday 26th August, 10am - 4pm
WHERE: The Good Room, Brunswick East
PRICE: early bird $155 general/$120 concession/ $110 TFA supporters
(valid until July 1st, 2017)
$190 general/$130 TFA supporters & concession
lunch & refreshments included
GREAT FOR BEGINNERS!