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Poetry_Podcast on Indigo FM 88.0 21/03/2019 – Doug Wallen hosts a reading by #Frank_Prem

  1. A podcast of myself reading poetry on Radio 21/03/2019.

Frank Prem Poetry

Still on the theme of World Poetry Day.

I recorded a live reading on our local community radio station Indigo FM 88.0 yesterday. I’m delighted to be able to bring you a link to the reading which runs for 36.19 minutes.

To listen it will be necessary for you to create a Login identity, but there is no further requirement.

I am delighted to be able to share work with you in the spoken form.

Indigo_FM_Podcast_210319 At Indigo FM 88.0, Beechworth, 21/03/2019 ( picture – Doug Wallen )

Live (studio) poetry with Frank Prem, hosted by Doug Wallen, Indigo FM 88.0, 21/03/2019

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Introducing: Devil In The Wind

Frank Prem Poetry

Boon companion to Small Town Kid.

proof book

Proof copies of the paperback format Devil In The Wind arrived last night.

I’m quite thrilled and delighted, as you can imagine.

There are a couple of minor modifications needed, but in essence, the book is done.

Also arriving were proof copies of the e-book versions. These also need a little detail editing, but for anyone waiting to receive an ARC (early reading) copy, they won’t be too far away.

Who is a happy boy?
Well, that would be me!

two books

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Conversations With Colleen: Meet Author & Poet, Frank Prem

Thank you to Colleen Chesebro for a lovely online interview.

The support I’ve received as I step up from writing to authoring is second to none.

Thank you.

Word Craft ~ Prose and Poetry

Hello everyone! This week I’m thrilled to bring you a poet that I met in Robbie Cheadle’s Poetry Sharing Facebook Group by the name of Frank Prem. When I asked him to pick three or four questions from my huge list HERE, he readily agreed! We all aspire to be successful authors and the best way to learn some of the tricks of the trade is to ask questions.

First, please meet my guest, poet, Frank Prem.

Frank Prem has been a storytelling poet for forty years. When not writing or reading his poetry to an audience, he fills his time by working as a psychiatric nurse.

He has been published in magazines, zines and anthologies, in Australia and in a number of other countries, and has both performed and recorded his work as ‘spoken word’.

He lives with his multi-talented singer/songwriter/artist wife Leanne Murphy in the beautiful township…

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