Spoken Word - Littlefoot & Company's Spoken Word Night at Bunjil Place

Thursday, 20 June 2024 - 9:00am to 9:30am
Littlefoot & Company text on watercolour background

This is a podcast episode of the 3CR Spoken Word show with host Indrani Perera. In this episode you will hear poets performing their poetry on the open mic at Littlefoot & Company with hosts Eden and Josh Carell.

Poems for this show were recorded live at Bunjil Place in Narre Warren on Thursday 16th May 2024. Please note there is a trigger warning for this show for stalking and domestic violence.


Poems included in the show:

Don’t forget to be grateful by Cathy

We Contain Multitudes by Chloe

Soulmates by Steve

Maybe She Was Only a Lover by Lionel

Lost in Time Indiana

I didn’t think we’d see how it ended Connor

Wolves by Jen (trigger warning: stalking & domestic violence)

Georgia by Cai

SMT by Jude

An Ode to My Car by Jordan

These Sleepless Nights by Poen

Songbird by Aloma


If you need to speak to someone about stalking or domestic violence after hearing Jen’s poem, Wolves, call 1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732. Calls are free and confidential.


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Thank you to Eden and Josh Carell of Littlefoot & Co for their fabulous event, Erica Sandison and Luke Dismay at Bunjil Place for assistance with the recording, all the poets for their poems and the audience for supporting spoken word.


Show Links

Littlefoot & Co https://www.facebook.com/liitlefootandcompany/

Bunjil Place, Narre Warren https://www.bunjilplace.com.au/events

Sonic Poetry Festival https://sonicpoetryfestival.com/eoi

Red Room Poetry Month https://redroompoetry.org/projects/poetry-month/


Thursday 9:00am to 9:30am
A program dedicated to the eclectic world of poetry and performance. Guests are contemporary poets who read and discuss their works.


Di Cousens, Indrani Perera, Tina Giannoukos, and Waffle IronGirl