Currently, there are nine Kitchen Table Poets who gather together around each other’s tables to enjoy coffee, conversation and to critique the latest batch of poems. They all have a diverse range of styles and subject matter, so visit their pages to learn more about each of them.

  • Kate Broadhurst
    Kate Broadhurst

    For years I made arts documentaries for TV in the UK and Australia, as well as writing magazine articles.

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  • Elaine Chin

    As a child, when my nose wasn’t stuck in a book, I wrote little stories and illustrated them.

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  • Jennifer Dickerson

    I have been writing since I was a child, at that time unable to do much else due to Polio.

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  • Colleen Duncan

    I love to write intimately about the small dramas I observe in my world.


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  • Lyn Kluewer

    I’ve always lost myself in words.



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  • Chere Le Page

    When I was a teenager, I wrote poems –romantic, overwrought poems about love and lust.

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  • Jennifer Mors

    The written word has travelled with me through it all.


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  • Alison Thompson

    I have been writing poetry for the last fifteen years, much of that time with the Kitchen Table Poets group.

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  • Irene Wilkie

    Irene Wilkie’s work has appeared in many anthologies and journals.


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