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Evoking the Senses with Raelee Lancaster

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Evoking the Senses with Raelee Lancaster

To write evocative poetry, poets tap into their strongest resource: their senses. In this workshop, award-winning poet, Raelee Lancaster will take you through her tips and tricks on how to draw on the senses to paint pictures and convey emotion using the written word. No matter if you're a new writer, a long-time writer, or someone just testing the waters—this workshop will leave you feeling creatively inspired.

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In person – 17 August from 2-3pm in Meeting Room 1 at Indooroopilly Library.

Online – 17 August from 2-3pm AEST via Zoom. (Once you've booked a ticket, you'll receive your Zoom link a day before the workshop.)

Raelee Lancaster is a writer and library professional based in Brisbane, Queensland. Raelee’s writing crosses poetry, nonfiction, criticism, and playwriting. Raelee’s writing has featured in The Guardian, SBS Voices, The Griffith Review, The Saturday Paper, Overland, Meanjin, The Big Issue, Australian Poetry Journal, and more. Anthologies that feature her work include Woven (Magabala, 2024), Emergence (Hardie Grant, 2023), and Fire Front: First Nations Poetry and Power Today (UQP, 2020). Raised on Awabakal lands, Raelee is descended from the Wiradjuri and Biripi people.

Presented by Uplift Poetry, with assistance from Maiwar Community Grants.
Supported by Red Room Poetry as part of Poetry Month 2024.

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