About the course
In this poetry course, we’ll spend the first session looking at great poems, prompts and writing exercises, with no pressure to produce anything on the spot (because writing a poem is not performance art). Then we’ll reconvene a week later for sharing and feedback, so everyone has the time to work at their own pace.
Who is it for?
This poetry course is open to all underrepresented writers—those who face barriers due to mental health issues, physical health/disability, sensory impairment, learning disabilities, neurodivergence, substance misuse, survivors, working class backgrounds, those from the LGBTQIA+ community, and/or from Black, Asian, traveller, mixed heritage or other global majority backgrounds.
About the tutor
Kit Barry is a writer and game designer. He has won a Creative Future Writers’ Award for poetry, been long-listed for the BBC Drama Writer’s Room and the National Poetry Competition, shortlisted for Primers, and placed in a handful of competitions including Manchester Cathedral and Wenlock.
Tuesday 14 & 21 March, online via Zoom.
7 – 8.30 pm
£20/£10 concessions (4 spaces available at our concessionary rate)
We have introduced nominal fees for some workshops to stretch our resources. The more bookings we receive at full price, the more we’ll be able to offer. Concessionary tickets are available for those on benefits, unemployed/underemployed or on low wages. We do not ask for proof that you qualify. We also have current/upcoming workshops at lower booking fees—please subscribe to our newsletter to keep up to date.
Please do not book this poetry course if you’re already registered for one of our other online sessions—we want to ensure everyone has an opportunity to take part.
If the workshop is full, you can sign up for the waiting list by emailing us here.
How to book
Bookings are closed for this event.