there once was a bloke called JdUb

20 Nov

Look at this nonsense


john-wainwrightIf John Wainright did set his mind to writing limericks his kids would possibly roll him out beside the wheelie bins and hope that some poetry-starved Brisbane resident might pick him up in a rickety timber trailer. So we’re all pleased he leaves the limerick form alone and keeps pushing poetry to weird, stretchy strange-y places. He’s an experimenter. Unafraid to throw something wild onto page or stage to see if it’ll bite off one of the faces in the audience.  He blogs poetry at MirrorMosaicOfSounds and does a fantastic sound poem of a fighter plane flying over). And…

he’s one of the Callback poets performing (and competing) in the SpeedPoets Final at the Hideaway on Saturday 30th November.

I asked him a few questions to see if he’s awake.

When did you first come to SpeedPoets?

 about lunchtime. I was looking for a beer

What keeps you coming back? 

I fancy one…

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Posted by on 20 November, 2013 in Uncategorized


One response to “there once was a bloke called JdUb

  1. John Stevens

    21 November, 2013 at 4:58 am

    Time you trained your guns on limericks!


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