Misbah Wolf is a Naarm based poet, who is a hybrid artist, combining music, poetry, performance and art. The current obsession is exploring the intersections of monotheism and alternative spiritualities through cut-ups, music, research and channelling and are currently writing what they have called an ‘auto-mythological’ fiction funded by Creative Victoria. They have published work through Peril Magazine, Australian Poetry Journal, Cordite, Slow Canoe, Solid Air: Australian and New Zealand Spoken Word, Mascara Literary Journal, Overland, Red Room Poetry and La Mama Poetica. Their first book was Rooftops in Karachi. Her new book Carapace, published by Vagabond Press 2022.
Thursday 22 June, 7:30pm
What better way to celebrate the winter solstice than listening to powerful tales around a fire? Rug up to commune beneath the moon on the longest night of the year for a night of aural storytelling.
Tuesday 20 June, 7:45pm
Spoken word artists, storytellers, musicians, comedians and first-time performers gather at Bunjil Place every month to perform new work in a relaxed, welcoming performance space.
Saturday 17 June, 12:30pm
How does a good story become a great novel? Victoria Hannan, author of Kokomo and Marshmallow, will explore the role of structure in bringing stories to life.
Wednesday 21 June, 7pm
In this fluid display of literature, writers will perform in Urdu, Hindi, French, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin, English and Spanish to promise an evening of waterworks.