The Orlando Files. Poems of Dissent and Social Commentary for Performance
(Ginninderra Press, 2018)
Also, forthcoming: Acting Like a Girl (Recent Work Press, 2019)
Monday 8th October 2018, at Smith’s Alternative
Readings from her recently published books Who Sleeps at Night and The Orlando Files as well as featuring some of her current project on the interrogation of gender presentation and the LGBTIQAA gender discourses.
Not Very Quiet at Smith’s Alternative
Third Monday of the month
Sandra co-convenes a varied program of women’s poetry in a relaxed cafe venue.
76 Alinga Street, Canberra City
7pm to 9pm
‘imagining what you can’t imagine’ (in Wild, edited by Joan Fenney, Ginninderra Press 2018)
‘she still remembers’ (Back Story, Issue 5, June 2018. Back Story is a history journal published by the Swinburne University)
‘I stole these words from Syria’ (Other Terrain, Issue 5, June 2018. Other Terrain is a literary journal published by Swinburne University)
‘the missing’ (Other Terrain, Issue 5, June 2018. Other Terrain is a literary journal published by Swinburne University)
‘in the mountains’, ‘in the shopping centre’, ‘she cleans her rifle’, ‘pickup trucks in convoy’, ‘until the guns stop’, ‘lists of those missing’, ‘she does what she knows’, ‘travel paper stamped’, ‘some streets’, ‘rainbow T-shirt’ (forthcoming, Atlas Poetica: a journal of world tanka, Autunm 2018, special issue on genocide)