Join prize-winning poet Mark Tredinnick at Castle Hill Library on Thursday, February 8 for an evening of poetry.
The highly celebrated essayist will reflect on how poetry can be used to promote a powerful message.
Tredinnick’s impressive list of accolades include winning the Montreal and Cardiff Poetry Prizes, The Blake and Newcastle Poetry Prizes, two Premiers’ Literature Awards and the Calibre Essay Prize.
This seminar is part of a three piece series that will be taking place at Castle Hill Library over the coming months.
To add to the line-up, contemporary Australian poet Judith Beveridge will talk about the wonders of poetry in March, while Australian academic Andrew Taylor will discuss, in April, how poetry can be used to explore different themes.
Catch Mark Tredinnick at Castle Hill Library on Thursday, February 8, from 6.30pm to 7.30pm.
Book now at www.eventbrite.com.au/e/a-touch-of-poetry-an-evening-with-mark-tredinnick-tickets-41569204610 to secure your spot today.