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The Write Stuff: Owen Bullock (Adults 16+) (Gungahlin Library)

Libraries ACT

Wednesday, 10 July 2019 from 6:00 pm to 7:45 pm (AEST)

The Write Stuff: Owen Bullock  (Adults 16+) (Gungahlin...

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This program is suitable for adults 16+

Poetry and Voice – Owen Bullock

 Poets often experiment with voices other than their own, in diverse ways. In this workshop, we’ll explore approaches such as experiment with point of view, characterisation, and manipulating found material. Through a series of exercises we will build up a poem that extends the range of your voice.

 Owen Bullock has published three collections of poetry, Sometimes the sky isn’t big enough (2010), Semi (2017) and Work & Play (2017); four books of haiku, Wild camomile (2009), Breakfast with epiphanies (2012), Urban Haiku (2015) and River’s Edge (2016), and the novella, A Cornish Story (2010). Owen currently teaches Creative Writing at the University of Canberra. He has a website for his research, at

All programs are free. Bookings required.

Please note:

  • Bookings are essential for this program as places are limited.  We are unable to accommodate participants who have not made a booking.
  • Please contact the library if you wish to amend or cancel your booking. This will enable others to participate in the program. 
  • Please arrive 10 mins early to allow time to check in; this assists the program to run on schedule.
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Gungahlin Library
Cnr Hibberson & Gozzard St

Wednesday, 10 July 2019 from 6:00 pm to 7:45 pm (AEST)

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Libraries ACT delivers public library services to the ACT community. It is the only public library service in Canberra, which is Australia's capital city, and serves a population of over 350,000 people.

Libraries ACT are also responsible for the ACT Heritage Library, which helps tell the stories of Canberra and its people. It collects, preserves, promotes and provides access to documents that record the lives of Canberra's residents.

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