Sarah Jane Justice
Writer / Poet / Singer-Songwriter
A writer with experience in a vast number of fields. Sarah Jane Justice is an award-winning spoken word artist, a published prose author and poet, and an accomplished musician and songwriter. With endless motivation and enthusiasm for all areas of her work, she is always working towards her next major project.
Here’s what people are saying about Sarah’s work…
'Obituary To Truth'
Not A Pipe Publishing
Hard hitting poem included in a collection that explores the impact of denial on the current political landscape.
The Other Stories
Hawk & Cleaver
Episode 63.1 of horror podcast 'The Other Stories'.
Black Hare Press
Short horror story featured in 'Wrath', the seventh book of Black Hare Press's Seven Deadly Sins series.
Winner, Northern Fringes Poetry Slam, 2020 // Winner, Salisbury Fringe Poetry Slam, 2019 // SA State Champion, Australian Poetry Slam, 2018 // Winner, Goolwa Poetry Cup, 2017 // People’s Choice, Goolwa Poetry Cup, 2016
In The Media
A selection of interviews and feature articles covering Sarah and her work.
As a musician, Sarah Jane Justice is classically trained in voice, piano and saxophone.
Early on in her creative career, she explored the world of musical theatre, taking part in a number of productions through-out her teenage years. At the age of eighteen, she discovered a new kind of audience, after being recruited to play tenor saxophone for established ska band Rubix Cuba. Sarah performed with Rubix Cuba for two years, playing support for bands like The Specials, and touring extensively around Australia and New Zealand. Eventually, she sat down at the piano and began to find her own voice as a singer-songwriter.
Under the name ‘The Lonely Kids’, Sarah slowly developed her sound, tending towards poetic lyrics that told distinctive stories. Bouncing between open mics, variety nights, and her own gigs, she wrote and performed three studio recordings, ‘The Lonely Kids’, ‘Infatuation (And Other Bad Habits’, and ‘The Trouble With Waking Up’. In 2016, she took the sound of The Lonely Kids a step further by writing and performing ‘Sigh-Fi’, a science fiction cabaret show that featured in the Adelaide Fringe Festival that year.
In between a plethora of other projects, she still finds the time to work on new musical endeavours whenever possible.
There’s always a story to tell…