Seasonings: The Poetry of Food

The poetry calendar is beginning to burst as we enter the second half of the year and one of the events I am really excited about is Seasonings. This event brings together the best of food and poetry… two of my absolute passions in life.

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Queensland Poetry Festival has teamed up with one of Brisbane’s food innovators, Mondo Organics to curate an evening of fine dining and intimate poetry readings by Eleanor Jackson, Tiggy Johnson and this Lost Shark on Thursday June 20. Tickets for this event are priced at $110 and include a 3-course meal, wine and drinks, a special gift for every guest and of course an evening of words.

Seating is limited for this special, one-off evening, so don’t hesitate… it’s the perfect opportunity to treat yourself and a friend/loved one/lover, or if you are in the mood for a larger celebration, a table of 10 can be booked for the discounted price of $990.

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So if you are a lover of food and poetry, this one is for you. Tickets are now available from the QPF bookstore.

Date: Thursday 20th June
Time: 6:45pm for a 7pm start
Where: Mondo Organics, 166 Hardgrave Rd, West End

 

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6 responses to “Seasonings: The Poetry of Food

  1. food and poetry works well together…sounds cool..

  2. Does sound like a wonderful event…hmm wonder if I recreate it here? ;-)

  3. some lady

    Reblogged this on eleanor j jackson and commented:
    never to early to start planning for soul food!! see Graham’s lovely description of this upcoming QPF event.

  4. Graham, Sarah,

    Neither the blog nor the booking site seem to show the date of the event.

  5. Thursday 20th June!

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