Reinvigorate those discarded poems with feedback from Claire Trévien and fellow students.
Do you have a heap of discarded poems which just won’t work no matter how many revisions you make? The Poetry School’s Fortnightly Feedback (Autumn 2017) Workshops provide a place for the general improvement of left-for-dead poems in need of resuscitation. Bring poems of any shape or size once a fortnight and receive detailed feedback from your tutor and general advice from fellow students. These courses are ideal for those looking to ready poems for magazine submission.
First poem submission deadline: 2 October (Feedback posted by Claire on 9 October)
Second poem submission deadline: 16 October (Feedback posted by Claire on 23 October)
Third poem submission deadline: 30 October (Feedback posted by Claire on 6 November)
Fourth poem submission deadline: 13 November (Feedback posted by Claire on 20 November)
Fifth poem submission deadline: 27 November (Feedback posted by Claire on 4 December)
For more information on Fortnightly Feedback Courses please visit our Online Courses page.
About Claire Trevien View Profile
Claire Trévien is an Anglo-Breton author. Born in Brittany in 1985, she has resided in the UK for nearly two decades and performed her work internationally, from South Africa to New Orleans. She is the author of the pamphlet Low-Tide Lottery (Salt, 2011), and two collections The Shipwrecked House (Penned in the Margins, 2013), and Astéronymes (Penned in the Margins, 2016).
The Shipwrecked House was longlisted in the Guardian First Book Award and highly commended in the Forward Prizes. It was co-commissioned as a one-woman show and toured the UK in 2014-2015. Her poetry has appeared in numerous publications including POETRY, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, Magma, Under the Radar, Poetry Salzburg, The Forward Book of Poetry 2014 and Best British Poetry 2012. She edits Sabotage Reviews, and in November 2013 was the Poetry School’s first digital Poet-in-Residence.
‘I wouldn’t have been able to develop a full portfolio of work for my first collection without the online courses and tutor/peer group feedback.’