A week-by-week exploration of Lynch’s films as a source of poetic inspiration.
Consider how poetry in English can refract other languages and explore the Atlantic as a space of exchange and translation.
Create your personal pain-language and find healing through poetry.
How can we write poems of genuine faith in an increasingly disingenuous world?
An exciting new advanced workshop group with the innovative Astrid Alben.
Explore the dynamic world of 20th Century Latinx poetry as inspiration for new poems and translations of your own.
Use choruses, repetition, and other techniques to create echoes and resonances that amplify.
Explore Oulipean constraints to shake up your writing practice.
Our long-running weekly workshop with Tim Dooley, for poets looking to develop their individual voice and technique.
Explore Shamanic poetic practices to learn how to bring the Bardic into your writing.
Experiment with the possibilities of screenwriting and scripts as a form for your poetry.
Our weekly workshop for intermediate poets looking to develop their work.
Explore poetry’s origins in oral magic and myth to begin groundwork for your own grimoire.
Dive into the unexplored world of Georgian modernism and learn how these writers forged poetry from political oppression.
Closely examine the work of Robert Frost to take inspiration from one of poetry’s true masters.
Write new poems for children, inspired by Charles Causley.
Knock your loose poems into shape with some concentrated feedback from poet and essayist, Shivanee Ramlochan.
Reveal your hand, show your face, and rise from your poems’ surfaces to ask what you’re doing, and why?
Discover your sensuous side and write poems exploring the radiant materiality of curious objects
Hone your craft, explore poetry’s inner workings, and look at techniques to help your poems achieve lift-off.
Challenge yourself, elevate your writing, and take the next steps in your poetry career.
Develop your writing through discussion and feedback in this advanced workshop with Anthony Anaxagorou.
Bring your writing to the next level and explore contemporary poetry’s cutting-edge.
Let music and its principles spark new ideas and help your writing sing, dance, and find its rhythm.
Explore one of the world's greatest neglected literatures with expert Steve Komarnyckyj.
Develop your own ‘poetry of place’ as we explore the poetic possibilities of, real and imaginary, locations.
Mix up your writing, and learn new skills and techniques with Jacqueline Saphra.
An advanced weekly workshop group with the inimitable Mark Waldron.
Learn to write directly, imaginatively, tenderly, and fearlessly about the different shapes, tastes, and textures of queer sex.
Spark your creativity and take your first steps into the world of poetry!
Consider what it means to write about family, as we experiment with different ways to approach this sometimes-thorny topic.
Explore the beautiful, ugly, messy, and raw world of emotion as inspiration for important new poems.
Learn how different poetic forms can shape writing about bodies.
Join this group for rigorous discussion of your writing with acclaimed poet Richard Price.
Take inspiration from a poetic tradition filled with imaginative verse and spanning more than eight centuries.
Interrogate your personal poetics and generate new writing as we explore the differences (and similarities) between poetry and prose.
Monthly all-day Saturday workshops with Ros Barber.
Push beyond your earthly limits as we explore the social poetics of Sci-Fi.
Explore errancy and try out some dangerous driving in your poetry.
Displace poetic hierarchies and revel in hedonistic Carnival-style freedom in your poetry.
In-depth 1-2-1 discussion on your poetry with Leah Umansky.
Join us for a workshop on poetry of the menopause, where we'll read and write poems exploring how our bodies change – the losses and the gains.
Explore poetry and collage to expand your practice and open up new avenues for mixed-media writing.
Consider how we might ethically approach the Holocaust in our writing and what it means to write this topic today.
With a new apocalypse seemingly around every corner, how can we make sense of the present moment in our writing?
Learn to trust your readers and feel certain in poetic uncertainty.
In-depth 1-2-1 discussion on your poetry with Mina Gorji.