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Age is no barrier.

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Crowned youngest ever Australian Poetry Slam champion at only 12-years-old and successfully publishing his first book, Limelight, Solli Raphael is a budding humanitarian and environmental conservationist who uses original work to instigate conversations about issues that affect future generations.

Having performed as a slam poet and keynote speaker at national and international conferences, corporate, lifestyle and charity events, literary festivals, in countless schools as well as on TV shows such as The Project, Q&A, Studio10 and ABC Breakfast News, Solli has found himself receiving accolades for his inspirational input into the lives of youth and adults alike.

From breaking stereotypes, fighting for equality, to relatable experiences and environmental proactivism, Solli creatively tackles compelling topics. Solli’s goal is to generate compassion and inspiration across issues that inevitably affect each and every member of his audience as well as the wider community.

You will be in awe of this resolute, humble and kind teen who inspirationally speaks words of wisdom beyond his years.

Talking Points

Poetry Performance

Solli has a broad collection of his original slam poems covering topics such as; the value and power of human connection, humanity & equality, environmental protection, proactive climate change awareness, ageism, living with purpose and more.

Keynote Talks

Slam Poetry Workshops

  • Culture
  • Society, Culture and The Arts
  • Environment & Climate Change
  • Intergenerational Leadership
Thank you so much for helping us connect with Solli. We're so much more inspired to write poetry now; staff included. The students can take a lot from their conversation with Solli. On a personal note being a father of two young girls, it was wonderful today being in the company of such a level headed and genuine role model for young children. Thank you Solli. Mount St. Johns Primary School
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