With a focus on reading and writing poetry, this series of workshops will address the ways in which contemporary poetic form is becoming increasingly hybridised. We will consider both the challenges of writing poetry that is in dialogue with art forms including short fiction, memoir and film, and the impact this work has on readers and writers alike.
The workshops will be hosted online using Zoom meeting software on the following dates.
Your £66 fee covers all three workshop sessions.
After booking your place the tutor will email you with the meeting link a week before the workshop begins.
You will require a device capable of running Zoom Meeting Software with a functioning screen, microphone, speakers and a stable connection to the internet.
All workshop students are advised to test their Zoom connection prior to the workshop. Refunds will not be given for issues caused by your hardware, software or internet connectivity.
Kathleen is a Canadian poet and the author of eight collections of poetry including Blue Light, Bay and College, shortlisted for the Governor General's Award for Poetry, and a bilingual English/Portuguese edition entitled Double Self Portrait with Mirror: New and Selected Poems. She was a finalist for the WB Yeats Society of New York Poetry Competition, the Montreal International Prize for Poetry, The Walrus Poetry Prize, and the CBC Poetry Prize. In 2019 she won the Seamus Heaney Award for New Writing. Kathleen lectures in Creative Writing and Contemporary Literature at Ulster University, Northern Ireland.
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