Advanced Poetry Workshop with Richard Price [Summer 2024]

Advanced Poetry Workshop with Richard Price [Summer 2024]

Join this group for rigorous discussion of your writing with acclaimed poet Richard Price.

* This course will take place on the video-conferencing platform ZOOM * 

This course is for advanced writers of poetry. Each week, poets will benefit from in-depth discussion of their poems in a supportive environment. This course has a clear focus on editing and re-drafting alongside a discussion of themes and ideas, forms, and technical aspects. Responding to the work of the group as it unfolds the tutor will also introduce poems from a range of traditions to provoke thought and expand the poets’ potential range.  

10 weekly Zoom sessions on Fridays, 11am–1pm (GMT), starts 17 May 2024. This is the third of a three-term course and all places are currently reserved for continuing students, who have a 2-week Priority Booking period. Any remaining places will be made available to new students on 11 March. Please note: Entry to this course is by application only. If you would like to join, please send a submission of three poems to [email protected]. 

Concessions & Accessibility

To apply for a concessionary rate, please send relevant documentation showing your eligibility for one of our concessions to [email protected]; conditions of eligibility are detailed here. If you have any questions, wish to be added to the waiting list of a sold-out course, or require any form of adjustment to access our courses, please email [email protected]For more information visit our Video Courses page.

About Richard Price View Profile

Richard Price is the author of the acclaimed Lucky Day and the prize-winning Small World. Moon for Sale was a Guardian Book of the Year. He has recently published a sequence of poems, Tinderness, about dating and dating apps, (with photographs by Simon Lewandowski). His latest book is Late Gifts (Carcanet, 2023). 

‘It felt great to be part of such a generous and creative community. I felt like my fellow poets were cheering each other on, and it was really neat to hear how others read my poetry. I enjoyed seeing different styles and hearing different stories.’

- Autumn 2023 survey response

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