Knock those loose poems into shape with some concentrated feedback
Do you have a heap of discarded poems which just won’t work no matter how many revisions you make? 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: 21 May (feedback posted by Eric on 28 May)
Second poem submission deadline: 4 June(feedback posted by Eric on 11 June)
Third poem submission deadline: 18 June (feedback posted by Eric on 25 June)
Fourth poem submission deadline: 2 July (feedback posted by Eric on 9 July)
Fifth poem submission deadline: 16 July (feedback posted by Eric on 23 July)
For more information on Fortnightly Feedback courses please visit our Online Courses page.
About Eric Berlin View Profile
Eric Berlin’s poems have been awarded the University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor’s International Poetry Prize, Bradford on Avon Poetry Prize, National Poetry Prize, Canberra Prize and The Ledge Poetry Prize, and were finalists for the Manchester Poetry Prize, Ruth Stone Prize, and Allen Ginsberg Award, among others. He has been granted residencies at Vermont Studio Center, Art Farm, and Constance Saltonstall Foundation, and his poems have appeared in journals such as Hunger Mountain, North American Review, Jewish Currents, The Poetry Review, The Rialto and The White Review. Assistant Editor for The Cortland Review, he lives near Syracuse, New York, where he works as a freelance editor and teaches.
‘This was my first workshop at the Poetry School, but I can already see the difference in my writing – it has opened my eyes to greater possibilities where writing is concerned.’