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Twenty-six poets, one letter each: an alphabet of women

Sydney poet Miriam Hechtman tells Paula Towers about the genesis of her unique anthology of female poetry

WATCH Miriam Hechtman recite her poem, In Utero

Why are we here? My just turned seven year old asks me as her eyes flutter - WATCH MIRIAM’S POETRY READING

WATCH Miriam Hechtman recite her poem, Jux/ta/po/si/tion

The absent armour of boundary, the brittle beauty of understanding - WATCH MIRIAM’S POETRY READING

WATCH Miriam Hechtman recite her poem, Tashlich (Cast Off)

I say goodbye, out of my pockets spills sorrow - WATCH MIRIAM’S POETRY READING

WATCH Miriam Hechtman recite her poem, Emerging

Recently I made a decision, I'm just going to love you - WATCH MIRIAM’S POETRY READING

A reunion like no other: If we don’t connect now, then when?

MIRIAM HECHTMAN: What drove my far-flung family – in Leeds, Montreal, Nova Scotia, Melbourne, Sydney and beyond - to reunite in the same ‘room’? It’s got to be Covid

WATCH Miriam Hechtman recite her poem, Go back to life

Yes, go hug each other, hold each other - WATCH MIRIAM’S POETRY READING

WATCH Miriam Hechtman recite ‘But oh so long the wait has been’

But oh so long the wait has been, Oh so long they walked, With fear in their fingers and sweat on the brow. WATCH MIRIAM’S POETRY READING

WATCH POETRY READING: Miriam Hechtman recites Roots

'Tell me about the war again, I will listen differently, You see Nana, there’s this disease' WATCH MIRIAM’S POETRY READING

WATCH POETRY READING: Miriam Hechtman recites Lockdown in love

‘We will be like astronauts, the world is closed, the forest is open, lockdown with love…’ - Miriam responds to coronavirus. WATCH HER POETRY READING

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