Nathan Curnow and Kevin Brophy to launch joint collection, ‘Radar’

Saturday August 18 @ 6pm / Bella Union, Trades Hall: Level 1, Trades Hall, Corner Lygon and Victoria Streets, Carlton (entrance off Lygon Street), Melbourne


Launched by Cate Kennedy.

Kevin Brophy teaches creative writing in the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne. From 1980 to 1994 he was founding co-editor of the national literary journal, Going Down Swinging. In 2005 he was awarded the Martha Richardson Medal for poetry. In 2009 he was co-winner of the Calibre Prize for an outstanding essay.

Nathan Curnow is a writer, performer and past editor of Going Down Swinging. His books include The Ghost Poetry Project which was based upon his stays at ten haunted sites around the country. In 2010 he was winner of the Josephine Ulrick Poetry Prize.

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