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Cafe Rosso

Started this discussion. Last reply by Catherine Tunke Dec 4, 2012. 1 Reply

Cafe Rosso By Rhiannon Hall grey thunders Bowral skies two women with windswept hair warming over cannelloni, their cappuccinos cupped. Lovers lean across tables, faces almost touch; Order…Continue

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Started Aug 8, 2012 0 Replies

Demokratizmiafter an imprint by Gela Samsonidse  დემოკრატიზმი               (democracy)…Continue

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The process and the poem: An interview with local poet Rhiannon Hall

Posted on April 24, 2013 at 12:56 0 Comments

Bellow is a lovely write up of me, by my friend Chloe Higgins. Thank you Chloe for offering to interview me and for representing me and my writing so well!

This interview first appeared in Tertangala: UOW's Student Magazine: The F-Word (2013)

Who do you write for?”
A couple of days earlier, I had sent Rhiannon a list of more than 15 questions. She sent me her response shortly after. It totalled over 2,000 words.
As we walked…

Writing the Sacred conference

Posted on September 27, 2012 at 1:14 0 Comments

The day begun with an Acknowledgement of Country by Aunty Ruth Bryant, who also tickled our taste buds with a poem of hers.

The event organisers Michael Griffith and Elaine Lindsay in their introduction to the day flagged Francis Webb as one of Australia's best place-based writers. Webb explores the sacred through the representations of 'nature' in his literature. They also mentioned Richard Kearney's research on the…

Occam's Aftershave

Posted on September 25, 2012 at 0:00 0 Comments

John Watson's collection Occam's Aftershave was a delight to read. Watson's poetry is philosophical and the major theme of this collection is poetry; the forms of poetry and the relationship that readers have with poetry.

I was in love with his writing style from the first poem, which I heard him read at the Carrington Hotel in Katoomba. 'To the Faithful Reader' is a poem full of wit. Taunting us as readers, "...if you believe this you'll believe / Anything, and are thereby…


A Feather in My Hair

Posted on September 14, 2012 at 0:40 1 Comment

Heather Murray Tobias situates her poems, in the collection 'A Feather in My Hair', within specific places. Below each poem in this collection the place and date that the poem was produced is stated. This is not a technique I’ve previously seen in a poetry collection, but I thoroughly enjoyed. In my honours thesis this year I have been exploring how representations of place are constructed in contemporary poetry. It is clear that place is important to Tobias.

The book begins…


Comment Wall (11 comments)

At 21:22 on March 2, 2012, David G Landgrebe said…

Hello Rhiannon, I wish your a warm welcome to sydney poetry, enjoy!

At 5:30 on March 3, 2012, THE BARD said…

Helloa Rhiannon!

Hope you have fun posting your creative writing!

God Bless.

The Bard!

At 14:46 on March 3, 2012, Kate Middleton said…

Thanks so much, Rhiannon! I'm never certain how these things come off, but it was such a lovely evening!

At 12:53 on October 19, 2012, Tim Heffernan said…
Hello Rhiannon. Thanks for the invite! Hope to see you in person soon at the Viva la Gong Rocket reading. Tim
At 17:23 on October 20, 2012, Christine Paice said…

Hi Rhiannon - thanks for adding me as your friend as i believe i only have two old buddies on syndey poetry. cathc you at the Viva La Gong poetry readings if you can make it as i will be reading along with Michael Sharkey. Keep reading and grooving with the free verse. Aloha !! Paice.

At 9:24 on October 22, 2012, Rhiannon Hall said…

Hi Chrissie, I will definitely be there! And I am so glad to be finished my honours thesis so that I have time to be grooving with the free verse again :-)



At 7:54 on October 7, 2014, susan pearce said…

Hi Rhiannon,

Sorry it took so long to get back to you. Until today I had completely forgotten I was even a member of this group. 

thanks for the friend request :)

At 17:13 on October 25, 2014, Rhiannon Hall said…

No worries Susan! Looking forward to tomorrow's poetry breakfast in Picton! I hope that you will be able to attend the Little Mountain Readings event on the 15th of November in Mittagong. :-)

At 17:34 on October 25, 2014, susan pearce said…

Sorry Rhiannon... as much as I would love to, I'm going to be a little busy that day.... I'm getting married! :) the next one, no worries!

At 18:53 on October 25, 2014, Jonathan Shaw said…

Hi Rhiannon. I don't come here often, but am delighted to be your friend. Sadly I'm going to be out of the country all November so will miss your Blue Mountains event

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