Writing Poetry from the Archives - Nottingham Trent University
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About the Course
This one day creative poetry writing course introduces you to the ways in which your local archives can be used in creating new poetry and developing your writing technique.
On this course there’ll be structured activities on writing poetry, with short reading and writing activities in a supportive and lively workshop environment.
The emphasis is on creating new ideas for poems to add to your portfolio. It’s ideal for beginners as well as poets with some experience who are seeking publication.
On this course you will:
identify different ways to use archives in writing poetry
explore the issues surrounding use of archival material
use a variety of techniques and stimuli to produce new poetry
effectively and supportively give feedback to other writers.
What will I gain?
By the end of the day you’ll have stimulated your own writing and been helped to develop new work.
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What's included in the price?
One day of quality tuition with an experienced tutor, Saturdays 10 am - 4 pm. Maximum class size: 15.
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