Intimate monthly seminars with Stav Poleg in Cambridge.
Intimate monthly seminars with Shazea Quraishi.
Intimate monthly seminars with Angela France, organised in partnership with Ledbury Poetry Festival.
Rediscover the 'I' and examine the delights of its persona.
Investigate the possibilities and potency of photographic images through poetry.
Knock your loose poems into shape with some concentrated feedback from poet and editor, Holly Hopkins.
Let your poetry think for you as we take a break from the day-to-day.
What are the ways the body prepares us for what lies beyond the physical?
Let’s bring to the surface ‘the mutability of earthly existence’.
Defy preciousness, mine rubbish, and dice with magic with Sophie Herxheimer.
Encounter and experiment with the essayistic, as we blend poetry, memoir, and criticism to create radical new forms.
Break free from the planet’s two-dimensional surface and explore the dizzying heights of verticality in your writing.
Stretch and twist language(s) in this course examining the intersection of the mechanical and multilingual practices.
Rediscover this poignant theme through poetry that resists stereotypes and reimagines the experience of motherhood.
Who does a poem ‘speak’ to? Who (or what) is ‘speaking’?
Our long-running weekly workshop with Tim Dooley, for poets looking to develop their individual voice and technique.
Radio Silence considers the absence of voice in writing—what it is to be silenced, what it is to refuse to speak, what it is to be untranslatable.
Construct functioning habitats for your work that host disaster, disappearance and destruction.
Explore the transgressive practices of Multilingual Poetry, taking inspiration from Shakespeare to contemporary writers, to resist monoculturalism!
Language is often remade and re-envisioned through poetry, join us to expand your practice and explore different techniques in this area.
Hone your craft, explore poetry’s inner workings, and look at techniques to help your poems achieve lift-off.
Monthly all-day Saturday workshops with Ros Barber.
Develop your writing through discussion and feedback in this advanced workshop with Anthony Anaxagorou.
Challenge yourself, elevate your writing, and take the next steps in your poetry career.
Mix up your writing, and learn new skills and techniques with Jacqueline Saphra.
Explore the unconventional in this workshop inspired by one of cinema’s most-influential directors.
Bring your writing to the next level and explore contemporary poetry’s cutting-edge.
An advanced weekly workshop group with the inimitable Mark Waldron.
Poetry and song combine in this 5-session course shaped by exciting voices from the music industry.
Spark your creativity and take your first steps into the world of poetry!
All you need is love – and this course exploring different approaches from Shakespearean sonnets to Richard Curtis scripts.
Join this group for rigorous discussion of your writing with acclaimed poet Richard Price.
Spark new ideas and develop the tools to transform your poetry into works of art.
Pull the strings on your own narrative sequence as we read, and revel in, contemporary poets innovating the form.
Our weekly workshop for intermediate poets looking to develop their work.
Think mushroom thoughts and write a world springing back into life.
An exciting new advanced workshop group with the innovative Astrid Alben.
Giving your poetic body a physical presence.
Learn how different networks can open up possibilities for your ideas and work to spread over multiple platforms, transforming into revenue streams.
Consider what best practice might look like and explore different approaches to work-life balance as a poetry professional.
Explore the poetic dimensions of avantgarde theatre and discover new possibilities at the intersection of poem and play.
Join Gboyega and Cai for this course exploring and expanding your minds through poetry that parties.
Unpack the complexities of building a successful public profile, or shop front, for your creative endeavours.
Poetry can often be framed as a solitary process – but connection, support, and collectivity are vital.
Explore the financial side of life as a working poet, under the expert guidance of published poet and freelance financial journalist, Emma Simon.
Consider what professional support poets need to develop our creative practice and easily complete the ‘work around the work’.
In-depth 1-2-1 discussion on your poetry with Meryl Pugh.
The pamphlet process, demystified: from putting your first chapbook together to choosing a publisher and how to approach editors.