almost (I could)

almost (I could) - 20/08/2022 I used to watchyou know I found thatif I hung around –ha ha –for long enougheverythingcame past everythingwould cometo me mostlyto stare and sowatched just –you know –for a laugh what do you think do you thinkthere was a laughin that ha I almostweptit was so funny even nowI could … Continue reading almost (I could)

Crevice Communities Online Exhibition today!

Just a reminder that the Crevice Communities online exhibition will launched today (17th December, at 17: hours AEST). If you would like to tune in to the launch and see yours truly and others for a Panel discussion, I'm posting a link to my original not of a couple of days ago. Follow the links … Continue reading Crevice Communities Online Exhibition today!

Crevice Communities – empanelled!

Another little note regarding the Crevice Communities online exhibition that is set to be launched on this coming Friday. I'm delighted to have been invited to take part in a Panel discussion as part of the launch. I must remember to have a glass of wine in hand to ensure I can speak fluidly . … Continue reading Crevice Communities – empanelled!

Crevice Communities, an online exhibition

Completely delighted to let you know, and extend an invitation to attend the launch of a Charles Sturt University (CSU) project 'Creative practice research flourishing between the cracks', in which I'm fortunate to have some work featured. The exhibition features mixed media and broadly addresses the following: "The exhibition features animation, soundscape, photography, installation, painting, … Continue reading Crevice Communities, an online exhibition

Poetry August – my (Robbie’s) review of Voices (in the trash) by Frank Prem

It’s a great pleasure to be able to share with you Robbie CHeadle’s review of Voices (In The Trash).

It is a greta delight to have been able to (in a way) bring these objects and creatures to life (or to voice, perhaps), and so much more so when I know another someone else has also enjoyed them.

Pop over to Robbie’s place and check out the review and her own work, with Sir Chocolate and her other writings – both prose and poetry.

It’s a great visit.

Robbie's inspiration

What Amazon says

Voices (In The Trash): A Picture Poetry Book by [Frank Prem]

What if they could talk?

What if the objects that catch our eye as we wander down the aisles at the Trash and Treasure Market could tell their own stories?

Frank Prem has heard them.

Voices In The Trash is a conversation with objects and things that exist on another plane, but whose voices are as real as yours and mine.

Join Frank Prem on his listening journey through the Trash and Treasure Market.

Can you hear them speak?

My review

This is a unique picture book featuring photographs the poet has collected from various trash and treasure markets around Australia. Each photograph depicts an unusual item that would be a treasure in the rights hands. These items include inter alia books, a selection of peacock features displayed in a pot, naked ceramic gnomes suspended on wires from the ceiling, a variety of globes of the world…

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Voices (In The Trash) – Liz’s review

I am pleased to share a review of Voces (In The Trash) posted by Liz Gauffreau. Liz discusses the nature of this kind of poetry (picture poetry/spoken image), and also highlights the fact that each item in the collectibles barn, or second-hand goods shop has had a previous life, perhaps previous love. It is this … Continue reading Voices (In The Trash) – Liz’s review

Voices (In The Trash) – a 5 star review, with a question mark

I'm delighted that Voices (In The Trash) has received another 5 star review on Amazon. These are truly to be treasured. It seems though, that readers may not be too sure what to make of the book. The reviewer (JT) writes that: The book was well written and was, without question, very different . . … Continue reading Voices (In The Trash) – a 5 star review, with a question mark

Voices (In The Trash) – video reading

I created another little reading of excerpts from the Voices book to coincide with Sally Cronin doing a promo for the book over at her Smorgasbord Blog Book Shop today. Here is the link for the video reading on YouTube. If it doesn't look to be going to the right place, try this - The … Continue reading Voices (In The Trash) – video reading

Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore – New Book on the Shelves – #Poetry Voices (In The Trash): A Picture Poetry Book by Frank Prem

Thank you Sally Cronin for promoting my new release picture book – Voices (In The Trash) at The Smorgasbord.

With release day for the e-book imminent it was a pleasure to record a few more of these little tales for YouTube to go with the promotion, and I encourage readers from my own blog to pop over to the Smorgasbord and then across to YouTube to have a listen.

Drop your comments and thoughts. Both Sally and I would love to hear from you.

Kindle link is below.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08WYKCVMP

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Delighted to share the news of the latest collection of poetry by Frank PremVoices (In The Trash): A Picture Poetry Book by Frank Prem – on Pre-order for March 8th

About the collection

What if they could talk?

What if the objects that catch our eye as we wander down the aisles at the Trash and Treasure Market could tell their own stories?

Frank Prem has heard them.

Voices In The Trash is a conversation with objects and things that exist on another plane, but whose voices are as real as yours and mine.

Join Frank Prem on his listening journey through the Trash and Treasure Market.

Can you hear them speak?

As a special treat.. Frank has recorded a few selected short poems from the book for you to enjoy.

Head over to pre-order the collection: Amazon US – And: Amazon UK

Also by Frank…

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