Blake Poetry Prize 2010, winner Tasha Sudan

Site member Judy Beveridge interviews the winner of the 2010 Blake Poetry Prize, Tasha Sudan, who reads excerpts from her winning poem entitled 'Rahula'.

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Comment by Anthony J Langford on April 1, 2011 at 22:23

 

Well put together video.. Poem sounds interesting.. though I'd like to read more of it..Personally I think the $20 entry fee is a bit much. Hard to justify that, though I might enter again this year. Have to think about it.

I do agree with notion that certain poetry is intuitive and requires a process of letting go... in comparison to writing fiction. This is why I like writing poetry. It feels very natural and is an extension of an inner self..one that I don't like to analyse too much.

Cheers for the video.

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