Dangerously Poetic Press
Dangerously Poetic is an incorporated community group seeking to encourage, publish and promote quality poetry from the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia.
Dangerously Poetic considers our role, as promoters of poetry, an important part of community building.
Many DP members are long established poets and the first priority is to give the members an opportunity to get their own work published. To this end, the collective has set up a standards panel so that work offered for publication is of the highest quality.
Click here for 2016 Dangerously Poetic Byron Writers Festival Poetry Prize Winners and their poems.
New Dangerously Poetic News Email sign up list- we are building a new email list to let you know the latest poetry news and events and this will gradually replace our old one. If you want to join our list or remain on it, you must sign up here. Click here for sign up page. Thanks for staying in touch.
DPP has published 13 books
- Wingbeats: Poetry from Byron Bay and Beyond
- Sensoria: Poetry from Byron Bay and Beyond
- Rainswayed Night
- To the Edge: Poetry from Byron Bay and Beyond
- Sand between the toes, a haiku journey through byron bay and beyond
- All the Way Home
- Wild Honey
- Salt Breezes
- Pirouettes and Prayer
- Always the River
You can now buy books through PayPal from our Publications page.
Contact us to be included on our email list for the latest readings and events.
DPP also offers workshops on all phases of the creation process, from inspiration to fine tuning your work, from how to submit poems for print publication and contests, to how to perform your poem at readings.
Dangerously Poetic Press gratefully acknowledges the support of Byron Writers Festival.
The Dangerously Poetic Press Committee Members: Laura Jan Shore, Jan Gracie Mulcahy, Bev Sweeney, Alison Hope, Grace Mckenna, Pam Smith, Richard Rowland, Sue Schack.
Dangerously Poetic would like to thank surf art photographer Peter Gibney for his contribution of our fantastic main banner photo. More of Peter’s work can be found at: surfingart.com.au