Reinvigorate those discarded poems with feedback from David Tait 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 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: 22 May (Feedback posted by David on 29 May)
Second poem submission deadline: 5 June (Feedback posted by David on 12 June)
Third poem submission deadline: 19 June (Feedback posted by David on 26 June)
Fourth poem submission deadline: 26 June (Feedback posted by David on 3 July)
Fifth poem submission deadline: 10 July (Feedback posted by David on 17 July)
For more information on Fortnightly Feedback Courses please visit our Online Courses page.
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David Tait’s first collection Self-Portrait with The Happiness (2014) was shortlisted for the Fenton Aldeburgh First Collection Prize and The Polari first book award. It also received an Eric Gregory Award from the Society of Authors. His pamphlet Three Dragon Day (2015) won the Poetry Business Pamphlet Prize and was shortlisted for The Michael Marks Award. He currently lives in Nanjing, China, and is working towards his second collection.
The feedback course was a good way for me to see where I am with my poetry and I enjoyed the openness of participants and tutor alike regarding the level (I am starting out).