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#RAAsummit #tinytwitterpoem (s) October 2014

#tinytwitterpoem (s) written during the 2014 Regional Arts Australia Summit ‘Arts and Edges’ held in Kalgoorlie, Oct 2014.   All #tinytwitterpoem (s) by Alysha Herrmann (@lylyee) (in reverse chronological order of when they were written)   Language/ to hold us … Continue reading

#futurepresent residency #tinytwitterpoem (s) 2014

#tinytwitterpoem (s) written during the #futurepresent residency I was recently part of. Future Present was a residency project led by Rosie Dennis of Urban Theatre Projects as part of Vitalstatistix Adhocracy 2014. All #tinytwitterpoem (s) by Alysha Herrmann (@lylyee) 26th … Continue reading

#tinytwitterpoem (s) at the AYAC National Youth Conference 2013

I was invited to attend and engage with this year’s National Youth Conference (hosted and facilitated by the Australian Youth Affairs Coalition) as a poet in residence tweeting tiny poems. Here are all the poems I tweeted during the conference … Continue reading

I have been cherished in 2022.

My phone flies through the darkness and lands with a thud/ knocked there by an outstretched hand and my muffled laughter/ I muffle the story too/ a small, but necessary death// #tinytwitterpoem I haven’t done a reflection blog for the … Continue reading

the yield of 2018: with gratitude

  In 2017 I wrote three posts here, in 2018 I wrote none.   But I’m not dead. And I have been writing.   Throughout 2018 I wrote behind the scenes reflections and updates regularly over on Patreon, and in … Continue reading

What did the wind taste of? Farewell 2017

  I am an apostrophe, riddled with anxiety/ calmed by the spaces in between// #tinytwitterpoem #meetingpeople #publicface     In 2017, I only published three posts here on the blog, but gee, it was a big year.   In no … Continue reading

Mobilising the future: Farewell 2016

One word to sing a new year in/ to lure gently in, to sit softly perched/ on my shoulder/ my lap/ my heart/ to be welcome//  #tinytwitterpoem (2015)   I enjoy marking time as an opportunity for reflection and growth. … Continue reading

A sea of not silent: Other words in other places.

I’ve been a little quiet here, but I’ve been sharing plenty of other words and insights in other places. So if you’re hankering for my writerly voice – duck over to my patreon here (updates on my latest exploration as … Continue reading

And then #thedirtythirty #poetrychallenge #micropoetry

Day 14 Dirty Thirty Prompt was to write a tiny poem.   “Your challenge is to experiment with brevity so much that it nearly destroys you.”   Micro poetry is my favourite form. #tinytwitterpoem (s) being my medium of choice. … Continue reading

The Way We Whisper to Ourselves #singyoursong

I love traveling. Especially as the driver of a vehicle. It gives me this deep freedom to think – because at the wheel, that’s all you really can do. Sometimes those journeys – the thinking ones – are  important and … Continue reading