Caitlin Maling and Rashida Murphy talk about Maling’s new book Fish Song, which is a collection of poems that speak to life and family in surroundings that will be familiar to Perth locals.
Caitlin Maling is an award-winning poet who grew up in Western Australia, mainly in the suburbs around Fremantle. She moved to Melbourne to complete her BA in 2007, then to Cambridge to complete a Masters of Philosophy in Criminological Research. She returned to Perth and then left for Houston to complete an MFA in poetry, for which she received the WA Department of Culture and the Arts International Scholarship.
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Sat 22 Feb 11am