Salt Breezes

Dangerously Poetic Press presents

'Salt Breezes'

- a reading on the theme of Ordinary Miracles -

at the Serpentine Community Gallery on

Sunday 22 March 2015, from 3-5pm.

The afternoon will open with live music

in the breezy, jazzy style of singer/songwriter Mish

- presently number one in

the national Singer/Songwriter charts.

Readers will be some of the North Coast poets

in the recently published anthology

'Salt Breezes',

including from the Lismore, Nimbin and Casino areas,

poets Audrey Bunn, Nathalie Buckland and Peter Mitchell.

Especially featured is Lismore's Jan Gracie Mulcahy,

a founding member of Dangerously Poetic.

Author of 'Other than English', a family history,

her poetry has been included in many anthologies.

There will be an open section

for the public to share a poem

on the theme of Ordinary Miracles.

Tea and biscuits are included in the entry

cost of $12 or $10 for DP members.

Everyone is welcome.

Dangerously Poetic Press is an incorporated community group seeking to encourage, publish and promote quality poetry from the Northern Rivers. The group offers workshops on all phases of the creation process,

and a monthly poetry circle for sharing and feedback of poetry.

For more information contact:

'Salt Breezes' - is an anthology of 18 local poets on the theme Ordinary Miracles. Price: $20

“The bracing impact of salt breezes blowing from Coffs Harbour to Tweed Heads

give this latest anthology from Dangerously Poetic a range of poems

that cull the experience of those who live there,

experiences that have been bitten and smoothed by wind then carefully crafted into poetry.”

- Ross Donlon from the Foreword.

To purchase this anthology, or for more info on this or other Dangerously Poetic Press

publications, follow the 'Sea Breezes' link.