My spoken-word poem, ‘Something’, was published in audio in the August edition of Baby Teeth Journal. I was honoured to be chosen as a featured contributor for Baby Teeth, an online publisher of literature and arts.
Click here to listen to the poem, or read the transcription. It’s free to access.
‘Something’ came about after a mellow night of writing in my room, recovering from the post-gig blues that sometimes follow the intensity of live performance. I had lots of fun producing the soundscaping for this piece.
I’m a little bit in love with journals like Baby Teeth that offer multimedia publishing options. There aren’t many like it; many journals, even if they publish exclusively online content, are tied to print as a basic format, and it can be difficult for spoken-word poems to find a home in that world. Baby Teeth support a whole range of traditional, digital and new artforms, and are also committed to giving voice to emerging writers. I’m especially thrilled to be included as Baby Teeth are based in Illawarra and South Coast where I grew up.
Check out the rest of my poetry portfolio for more poems to read, watch and listen.