Selected Poems

Essays and Reviews

Difficult Women






Film review: The Saboteurs: Heavy Water War
Poems: Cavafy Bath, Dead Owl Ceremony

Jan-Feb 2022

poem: In Repose

Dec 2021

poem: Gall
Dec 2021

Eye to the Telescope # 42

THE SEA. Edited by Akua Lezli Hope
poem: Unfathomable

Oct 2021

ABC Radio
This Weekend Life

interview with Libbi Gorr
1:42:20 (on the counter)

Oct 16, 2021

poem: Shoemaker's Moon
Sept 2021

Holey Moley

Guest appearance on Australian premiere.

Feb 2021


Live at Poet House

10 Track CD

Exciting, charming and moving collection of songs … well recorded and immediate sounding. Jonathan Edwards


Coming Soon!


Quadrant Reviews

Martin 'Nitram' Bryant (Mar 2022), Margaret Thatcher: Long Walk to Finchley (Apr 2022)



Poems & Lyrics 2010-2017

Selected by


A poem that draws on country/blues/jazz/folk etc. needs to be partly in those grooves and partly distant from them. In loving conflict with their habits of heart and mind. When you do that well you are ZOWIE! Les Murray AO.

Published by Ginninderra Press
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A living musical genius . . . Bach and Handel will be smiling down on this work. Dr. Lou Gottlieb,(1923-1996) PhD. Musicology, studied under Arnold Schoenberg.

Cements [his] reputation as one of the country's premier songwriters. . . the words fit together like a perfect puzzle. Sue Barrett, Rhythms Magazine

Unforgettable appearance at this year's Festival - certainly the best act I have had on the concert bill in four years of organising the event... people in town are still talking about it. Peter Soley, Henry Lawson Festival

A serious composer, a poet and a terrifying intellectual. Dr Houston Dunleavy, PhD Music Composition, Academic Director of the Australian Guild of Music.

Have a look at some of [his] essays and you’ll notice his knowledge spans across a breadth that is inconceivable for most people. Dr Naomi Stekelenburg, PhD. Literature.

That piece you wrote a few issues ago on Westerns [Yellowstone]... was on a level with the strongest papers I have heard at academic conferences, and I do include overseas scholars giving papers.
This is no exaggeration.' Dr Christopher Heathcote, Art Historian & Cultural Critic.


Jan 18th, 2022