Zoomuse with Susilawati Bryant
Time & Date
About the event
Enjoy poetry in its finest, and listen to your brothers and sisters reading their poems. Upcoming Fridays join poetry readings from Subud members all over the world. .
Every week another poet will read his poems live on Zoom and each will share their work for around 20 minutes.
Friday, 18 September, 11 am (Los Angeles time), the Poet will be Susilawati Bryant
Susilawati was born on Kaien Island in The North Pacific, just south of The
Alaska Panhandle, in the Canadian province of British Columbia.
* She was raised in the colonial cities of Prince George, Vancouver, & Kelowna, BC.
* “Born Singing!” is a title of one of her albums. When meeting a new human she is often heard saying “Hello! My name is Susilawati & I would rather sing than talk & I would rather swim than walk.” Still true, today.
* From reverie to the irreverant, & some might say irrelevant, Susila’s writing is significantly influenced by rhythm, rhyme, & the zeitgeist of her times.
* Susilawati was Class Poet for her Prince George 1962 Graduation Class, continuing with a UBC Memoir-writing group of five since 2004, & was accepted into SFU’s Editing Certificate Program.
Do you want to take part?
Please register and you will then receive the invitation link for the live Zoom Call.
Find your local time here:
Los Angeles - Friday, September 18th - 11 am
Sydney / Australia - Saturday, September 19th - 4 am
London - Friday, September 18th - 7 pm