Explore different contemporary approaches to ecopoetry
By writing new poems that reflect on our experiences in landscapes and with the nonhuman, this workshop will focus on how a self-reflexive ecopoetics can illuminate our individual relationships with ecology.
How might our unique ways of seeing the world, and the language we use to represent it, suggest a spectrum of feeling and thought – and how can we interpret an environmental ethic from this, if we should?
Saturday 10 August, 10.30am – 1pm. The session will take place at The Pen Museum, Unit 3, The Argent Centre, 60 Frederick St, Birmingham B1 3HS.
The Ginkgo Prize, organised by the Poetry School, is the world’s largest prize for ecopoetry.
About Isabel Galleymore View Profile
Isabel Galleymore‘s first collection is Significant Other (Carcanet, 2019). Her poems have featured in magazines such as Poetry and the London Review of Books. In 2016, she was a poet-in-residence at the Tambopata Research Centre in the Amazon rainforest. In 2017, Isabel received an Eric Gregory Award. She lectures at the University of Birmingham.
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