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Poetry at Your Place feat. Rosie Bee

When:

Sun 6 Jun 2021, 7:30pm–10:00pm

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: PG

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Listed by: rikthemost

Come join us at New Zealand's only regular online poetry event this Sunday for our much loved open mic, with poets performing from all over the world, and feature session! This time with a 20 minute set from Poetry at Your Place Grand Slam runner up and six-time winner of the Randolph Stow Young Writers Award: Rosie Bee - with her brand new poetry collection: "Decorating Pain"!

Note: You can also watch on Facebook Live, but won’t be able to interact as much.

Also note: Your Place is an intentional safe, accessible space where hate speech and offensive language and images will not be tolerated - and will be immediately met with a ban from our moderators.

If you are a regular at Your Place you will know Rosie for her fervent and dedicated activity in the chat and dazzling array of legume facts!

For those that aren't familiar with Rosie's work, her bio reads exactly like this:

"Together with her entourage of neuroses, Rosie Bogumil writes unapologetically about mental illness. Performing as Rosie Bee, the trigger warning walking, she doodles a bee beside her name in the vague hope that she will one day require a unique autograph.

Originally hailing from the coastal town of Geraldton, Western Australia, Rosie has received the Randolph Stow Young Writers Award six consecutive times, and was shortlisted for the 2020 Bruce Dawe Poetry Prize.

When she's not writing, studying or asleep, Rosie can usually be found working on her thesis in English Literature. The recently published Decorating Pain is her first collection."

As always, this event at Your Place is pay-what-you-can-afford, because finances should not be a barrier to art. However, if people do not honour that trust-system then this event becomes unsustainable and cannot continue so if you can afford it, please do – the money goes towards paying our artists and keeping this whole thing up and running.

And if you cannot afford anything, still come along and enjoy the poetry with my blessing (though do please help us out by sharing the event and getting some other folks along – that’d be amazing!) – we believe in human kindness at Your Place, so hopefully someone who can afford it will pay a bit

Love x