THE KURILPA POETS
Sunday 27th March, 2pm
“Avant-Garde Performance-Poet Musician-Lady”;
also featuring as Mystery Musician the fabulous;
with Master of Ceremonies;
THE REVEREND HELLFIRE
and of course as always;
OPEN MIC SESSIONS! THE VIRTUAL GALLERY!
FREE FOOD & REFRESHMENTS!
FREE ONSITE PARKING!
AND SOME OF THE FRIENDLIEST FOLK IN POETRY!
All this for a mere $5 at the door/ $3 for members!
The Kurilpa Poets are indeed proud to present this month one of Brisbanes most exciting poets, the charming, self-effacing
“Avant-garde performance-poet musician-lady”, whose experimental manoeuvres with words and sound are usually founded in cultural theory and have been described as an ‘elegant dragnet’ whose elegance captures many a strange submarine creature
from the inky depths of the Id.
Ms Pascalle has performed at a variety of venues and a fistful of festivals, both in Australia and Overseas, in this Century and the Last, and her Poems have been printed in seventeen Dimensions.
Current projects include UN/SPOOL with Nathan Shepherdson, 24 Hour Gym with Tessa Rose, The Stress of Leisure, I will say this only once for if:book Australia, <O>PEN and Letter.Box.Stamp.Collect. for Queensland Poetry Festival, The Outlandish Watch project (with collaborators Nathan Shepherdson and David Stavanger), and her zine series Today, the voice you speak with may not be your own. Her debut poetry collection A Vast Laugh was released through Small Change Press in 2008.
To find out more about the charming Pascalle Burton, sample her Poetry, catch up on her many and diverse activities, or to simply start stalking her as a Sandra Bernhard style obsessed fan, please check out her fabulous web-site at
Add the melodious croonings of Kurilpa’s favourite Mystery Musician, JEM SPARKLES, free food, good company, the bizarre imaginings of the Virtual Gallery and the rustic charms of the Rotunda, simply put, you can’t afford to miss this one, sports fans!
So see you all at
THE OLDE CROQUET CLUB
91 CORDELIA STREET, WEST END
In the shade of sacred Musgrave Park