Posts Tagged ‘Sue Wootton’

The Sue Wootton workshop is all SOLD OUT folks. But if you’re still keen, and feeling optimistic, do let us know on We’ll be putting together a waiting list just in case.

A big thanks to Sue Wootton, who showed us how it’s done at our Open Mic Night last Monday. Sue’s thrid collection of poetry, By Birdlight, is due out later this year — we’re looking mighty forward to it. Laura Williamson walked away with a bottle of Olssens Sauvignon Blanc as Best Poem winner, and […]

Poetice Justice will be holding its next Open Mic evening on Monday, 10 May, and it’s going to be a good one. Thanks to funding from the Upper Clutha Community Arts Council we will be treated to a reading from Dunedin poet Sue Wootton. Sue was the 2008 Robert Burns fellow at the University of Otago, […]

It rained men at Poetic Justice last Monday night, and, even better, they were men reading poems. It seems there’s nothing like a free drink to bring out the inner bard in the staunchest of Southern men. Thanks to all the fellas shared their work with us, and an extra tip of the hat to those of […]

Poet and short fiction writer Sue Wootton will join Poetic Justice as featured reader on Monday, 10 May. She was the 2008 Robert Burns fellow, placed in both the 2007 and 2008 Bravado poetry competitions and had her second collection of poetry Magnetic South, published by Steele Roberts in 2008. From the New Zealand Book […]