This course will take place online, for a reduced rate of Full £36 / Conc. £27
Are you just starting to write poetry? This session offers an opportunity to experiment with language and a variety of poetic devices though writing exercises, discussion of published poems, and sharing your own new work.
Who is this course for?
This is an introductory course, with complete beginners welcome.
Do I need any previous knowledge or experience?
You will need to have a fluent level of spoken and written English. A willingness to write and share your work is also required.
Will I need any equipment or materials?
This course will be held via Zoom. You need a computer/laptop or mobile phone to access the Zoom website, and a reliable internet connection. For further information on how to join a Zoom meeting, you can watch the joining video here.
You will need something to take notes, either a notebook and pen, or digital equivalent.
You will learn
By the end of this course, you will have:
- Explored some of the key elements of a poem, such as imagery and concrete language
- Participated constructively in a workshop setting
- An increased understanding of the key elements of a poem, both for when you read and write poetry.
Meet the Tutor
Barbara Marsh is a London-based American writer, musician and teacher. Winner of the 2015 Troubadour International Poetry Prize, her collections, To the Boneyard and Mr Ferndean Takes Stock are published by Eyewear.
Her poetry has been widely anthologised and has appeared internationally in various literary magazines. As a musician/singer/songwriter, she was half of the Anglo-American duo The Dear Janes (Geffen Records).
She has an MPhil in Creative Writing from the University of Glamorgan and is currently working on a collection incorporating short fiction, poetry, and memoir.
Need to Know
- 10:00 – 14:30
- £36/£27 conc.
- Bishopsgate Institute
- Barbara Marsh
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