Women of Words
with Janette Hoppe
Starts 24th Apr '22
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
$10.00 1 Class      

Starts 24th Apr '22

3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
$10.00 1 Class      
The Women of Words poetry event is a passion project of award-winning poet Janette Hoppe which aims to raise awareness and funds for women and children escaping domestic violence. Come along on Sunday afternoon 24th April to hear celebrated local and visiting poets.

This year’s inspirational women to grace the stage and share their words of wisdom include poets: Irina Frolova, Ellen Shelley, Pip Sheehan, Tahira Enchanting Energy and Sydney-based poet Miriam Hechtman. Come along to hear some inspirational words and enjoy a glass of wine and nibbles!

$10 Entry. Book online to secure your spot or pay at the door (tickets limited).

This Women of Words event is funded by The Gender Research Network, The University of Newcastle and The City of Newcastle - Social Inclusion Grant.

About Janette Hoppe
About Janette Hoppe
Janette Hoppe is a writer, poet, wordsmith, lyricist and passionate advocate for victims of domestic violence. Janette's poetry is a reflection of her Australian and New Zealand Maori heritage. Her work has been published in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. In 2011 Janette launched Papatuanuku Press, an underground publishing project that creates poetry events and books that raise funds to support charities such as Beyond Blue and The White Ribbon Foundation.
About Janette Hoppe
About Janette Hoppe
Janette Hoppe is a writer, poet, wordsmith, lyricist and passionate advocate for victims of domestic violence. Janette's poetry is a reflection of her Australian and New Zealand Maori heritage. Her work has been published in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. In 2011 Janette launched Papatuanuku Press, an underground publishing project that creates poetry events and books that raise funds to support charities such as Beyond Blue and The White Ribbon Foundation.
About Janette Hoppe
Janette Hoppe is a writer, poet, wordsmith, lyricist and passionate advocate for victims of domestic violence. Janette's poetry is a reflection of her Australian and New Zealand Maori heritage. Her work has been published in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. In 2011 Janette launched Papatuanuku Press, an underground publishing project that creates poetry events and books that raise funds to support charities such as Beyond Blue and The White Ribbon Foundation.
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