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Over three workshops in May, poet Michelle Cahill teamed up with the Red Room Company to guide Year 7 students from Hornsby Girls' High School through selected poetry activities from the Vending Machine Poetry project. She introduced the participants to the ideas of exchange, expectation and production that are common in both vending machines and in writing poetry. By the end of the workshops, the students discovered a new, more playful perspective on poetry and creativity.

You can view the student poems here. 

Check out Michelle Cahill's poem "After Fukushima" here.

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