According to his dad, Josiah’s poetry is “inappropriate for public consumption.” So, you’re invited to come and consume Josiah’s poetry in public. Take that, dad.
In the months after nationwide lockdown in 2020, Josiah Morgan wrote a cinematic odyssey of queer neuroses and destruction in the form of his book Circles. It’s about drugs, bodies, and the chaos of the outside world. Performed live for the first time as a work of performance art, Circles is poetry like you’ve never seen it.
“Morgan’s work is energizing, animated by a vital and authentic voice, threaded with both coldly ironic observation and real despair.”
– Mike Thorn, author of Darkest Hours
– Evan Isoline, author of Philosophy of the Sky
“I read your poem and got really worried for a bit because I thought you were dying!”
– Josiah’s mum
We’re right in the middle of the Terrace… Find Oxford lane (between Terrace Tavern and Amazonita), then go up the stairs behind Little Fiddle, or go up the elevator between Bangalore Polo Club and Amazonita. You can also access it from Shands Lane. Once you’re up the stairs, look for the Little Andromeda sandwich board, or our windows which have Little Andromeda written all over them!
It’s about a block from the bus exchange, and if you are bringing your car then there is a brand new carpark next door; type 92 Hereford Street into your GPS!