Sausages and poems

This Sunday, August 27, therell be a good old-fashioned Poets Breakfast at the Alstonville Leisure and Entertainment Centre as part of the Quota Annual Arts and Crafts Fair. (I have personally attended hundreds of poets breakfasts around the country. Good way to start the day.)

Therell be a BBQ brekkie and a swag of bush poets including Tony Koellner, Hunter Kilner (as well as Lawson he does Kipling!), Lyn Lockery and Quendryth Young.

The sausages start sizzling at 8am and the poetry continues until 10am.

For more info phone Diana on 6628 3834 or visit

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