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Ink & Echo: Monthly Poetry Meetup

Welcome to your monthly Saturday evening sanctuary for poetic exploration and expression!

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Aug 10, 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Centre for Stories

Welcome to Ink & Echo, our monthly Saturday evening sanctuary for poetic exploration and expression! Half workshop and half reading, this event is designed to enrich your poetic craft while offering a stage for your voice to be heard. Whether you’re a seasoned poet or picking up the pen for the first time, Ink & Echo offers you a warm, inclusive space. What’s more? Each month features a unique theme, inspiring you to dive deeper into different facets of poetry.
The first hour of Ink & Echo is a workshop tailored to ignite your creative spirit. Guided by author and poet SoulReserve (Lakesong), you’ll dive into writing exercises, learn about different poetic forms, and explore techniques to make your words resonate. This is a safe space to practice, make mistakes, and grow, all while enjoying the thrill of immediate and constructive feedback from your fellow poets.
The second hour opens the floor to you! Step up to the stage and share your freshly minted verses or read from your stash of treasured poems. It’s an intimate, encouraging environment where every voice is celebrated. Each reading segment aligns with the month’s theme, offering a cohesive and engaging experience for readers and listeners alike.

MONTHLY THEME – PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORIES

This session invites you to translate visual stories into poetic language. Drawing inspiration from photographs, everyday objects, and memorabilia—both vintage and contemporary—we’ll practice ekphrasis, enriching our poetry with vivid descriptions inspired by these art forms.


TICKETS 

Tickets are pay-what-you-feel and start at $15. Scroll down to RSVP and buy one of our tickets.


LOCATION AND TRANSPORT

The event will be held at Centre for Stories, Northbridge WA 6003. Centre for Stories is a wheelchair accessible venue.

The Perth train station is a 10-minute walk from Centre for Stories. The closest Wilson parking is 2 minutes away at Northbridge Central, 8/6 Errichetti Place.


PHOTOGRAPHY CONSENT

This event may be photographed. By registering for a ticket, you confirm you are giving consent for any photos and recordings to be used by Centre for Stories materials and communications. If you do not wish to be photographed, you must contact us at info@centreforstories.com.

Tickets

  • PAY-WHAT-YOU-FEEL $35

    $35

  • PAY-WHAT-YOU-FEEL $25

    $25

  • PAY-WHAT-YOU-FEEL $15

    $15

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