Yes, there was a lot going on in Victoria this weekend for booklovers, with the Clunes Booktown event on the same weekend as the Williamstown Literary Festival. But I am still catching up with what went down in Goolwa, SA, on the Anzac Day weekend at the Australian Poetry Centre's national festival, Salt On The Tongue.
Thanks to poet-bloggers who attended for these timely reports:
- Jennifer Mills can bring us up to speed with her great podcast page, Sound Atlas, made with other poets walking through the town over festival weekend.
- Jill Jones has put up a post (and in other posts, recommends several new books)
- Graham Nunn at Another Lost Shark (thanks to Ralph Wessman at Currajah for the link to those posts of Graham's), blogging his days at Goolwa Parts 1 and Part 2.
- Tamryn of the RedRoom company has given her impressions, mentioning that new poems of Lisa Gorton's were given an airing at the Giramondo Poets session.
And that's about all Google can find for me, but I will let you know if more reports come to light. I'm sure there will be reports at the APC's site at some stage as well.