In-depth 1-2-1 discussion on your poetry with Richard Scott.
Explore the T.S. Eliot Prize shortlist with The Sunday Times poetry critic Jeremy Noel-Tod.
An invitation to innovate, explore, and take risks with your writing.
Explore writing around a unifying idea to create a multi-faceted, cumulative 'concept book’.
Navigate critical thinking around notions of place, space, and dwelling, as a springboard for writing innovative new poetry.
Knock your loose prose poems into shape with some concentrated feedback from expert in the field, Carrie Etter.
Develop your writing through discussion and feedback in one of our flagship advanced workshops, led by Anthony Anaxagorou.
Take the next steps in your poetry career and explore contemporary poetry’s cutting-edge.
Develop your writing through discussion, feedback, and writing prompts in this advanced workshop with Shazea Quraishi.
Join MA tutor Tamar Yoseloff for a close examination of many styles and approaches to hone your skills and bring your poetry to new and exciting places!
Explore writing in endangered languages, consider the politics of translation, and push your own poetry in completely new directions.
Explore rhythm, form, and harmony in the wordless patterns of music as inspiration for new poems.
Explore contemporary poetry's cutting-edge to expand your own practice.
Intimate monthly seminars with Phoebe Power.
Consider how we might write about our ‘animals others’ in an age of mass extinction.
Tim Dooley’s weekly workshop for poets looking to develop their individual voice and technique.
Mix up your writing and learn new skills and techniques with Jacqueline Saphra.
Develop your writing through discussion and feedback in this advanced course with Mark Waldron.
When the apocalypse draws near, can poetry point to a brighter future?
Start to depict your own multitudes and forge pathways of poetic connection.
Take your first steps into the world of poetry!
Take inspiration from a poetic tradition filled with imaginative verse and spanning more than eight centuries.
Take inspiration from Nan Shepherd to explore how language can live between the body, self, and natural world.
Develop your writing through discussion and feedback in this advanced workshop with prize-winning poet, Richard Price.
Monthly all-day Saturday workshops with Ros Barber.
Explore new approaches in your writing through the lens of pop culture!
Explore the intimacy of poetry on the boundaries of the readerly and discover new possibilities for what poems can be.
Intimate monthly seminars with Kathryn Simmonds.
Flex your Transreading skills and write new poetry inspired by Chinese art & films.
Find inspiration in the language of science and organisational systems to create innovative new poetry.
Discover the possibilities of multi-vocal poetry on the page.
Confront forbidden topics through a literary lens.
‘I want it all. I want it all. And I want it now’. Delve into desire with Rachel Long.
Consider poetic, and empathetic, responses to human fragility, illness, and mortality.
Rummage through the archives with Khairani Barokka to inspire new historically-minded poems.
In-depth 1-2-1 discussion on your poetry with Will Harris.
2020’s been rough; so, let’s look to the bright side and explore happy poems with Katrina Naomi!
Unearth the uncanny, as we exhume the secrets of contemporary Gothic writing.
Bring your ears to the water and take inspiration from the natural, and manmade, sounds of the deep.
Trace the long cultural trail of Dada before turning its tools onto contemporary problems.
Move beyond simple nostalgia to explore childhood, and writing the ‘child self’, on its own terms.
Learn the skills, tricks, and turns needed to truly master the sestina!
In-depth 1-2-1 discussion on your poetry with Timothy Donnelly.
Learn to outwit, cajole, and break free from syntax to transcend poetic writing and produce true works of art.
Find your ‘big idea’ and get to work on a propulsive new sonnet sequence with an expert in the field!
A collaborative dreaming and writing un-workshop.
Join us for an inspiring day of reading, writing, and discussion, alongside some practical exploration of lichens!