Chiara Gabrielli - Australian Poetry Slam Finalist 2017
Emma Graham - Australian Poetry Slam 2017 Video Slam Champion
Jesse Oliver - Australian Poetry Slam Champion 2017 - Adult - "Wake Up"
Solli Raphael - Australian Poetry Slam Champion 2017 - Youth - "Evolution"
Jesse Oliver - 2017 Australian Poetry Slam Champion - Adult - "Designer Soulmates"
Arielle Cottingham - 2016 Australian Poetry Slam Champion - "Hurricanes"
Zohab Zee Khan - 2014 Australian Poetry Slam Champion - "I Write"
Australian Poetry Slam is one of the largest performing writers' programs in the world. With 1000s of poets, story-tellers, lyricist and monologists performing each year to crowds in Australia, China and Indonesia.
On Oct 12, 2014 Zohab Zee Khan was chosen as Australian Poetry Slam Champion with his poem - "I Write"
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Australian Poetry Slam is a Word Travels project.
Supported by Arts NSW, Australia Council for the Arts, Copyright Agency Ltd, Gilbert + Tobin Lawyers, Avantcard, Pitt St. Poetry, Bookworm International Literary Festival, Ubud Writers' and Readers' Festival, Byron Bay Writers Festival, Sydney Writers' Festival, Santoro and Co. Accounting and Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority
Jesse John Brand - 2013 Australian Poetry Slam Champion
On October 13th 2013, Jesse John Brand from NSW was chosen as Australian Poetry Slam Champion at the APS Finals held in Sydney Opera House.
Australian Poetry Slam is a national program for writers who perform. Each year around 1000 spoken-word artists enter the APS until one is chosen to tour to the Bookworm International Literary Festival in China, the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival in Bali and the Byron Bay Writers Festival.
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Jesse John Brand - 2013 Australian Poetry Slam Champion - "Dear Mrs Miller"
CJ Bowerbird - 2012 Australian Poetry Slam Champion - "Clicktivism"
Zohab Zee Khan - 2012 Australian Poetry Slam National Finalist - "Imagine"
Luka Lesson - 2011 Australian Poetry Slam Champion - "The New Crusades"
Kelly-Lee Hickey - 2010 Australian Poetry Slam Champion
Kelly-lee Hickey won the Australian Poetry Slam National Final on December 5 2010. From a pool of over 600 writers around the country Kelly-Lee's performance: "Thicker Than Water- Four Short Studies on Flesh and Blood" won her a tour of China with the Bookworm Literary Festival and a trip to the Ubud International Writers and Readers Festival in 2011. The Australian Poetry Slam in 2010 was made possible by support from the Sydney Theatre Company, State and Public Libraries and The Copyright Agency Limited