Fortnightly Feedback with Rachael Allen (Autumn Term 2020, Group 2)

Fortnightly Feedback with Rachael Allen (Autumn Term 2020, Group 2)

Knock those loose poems into shape with some concentrated feedback.

Knock those loose poems into shape with some concentrated feedback from Granta’s poetry editor.

Do you have a heap of discarded poems that just won’t work, no matter how many revisions you make? Poetry School’s Fortnightly Feedback course provides a place for the improvement of left-for-dead poems in need of resuscitation. Bring drafts of any shape or size once a fortnight for advice and feedback from your peers, before submitting a final draft to the tutor for detailed comment, criticism, and direction. These courses are ideal for those looking to ready poems for magazine submission.

02 Oct – course start

16 Oct – 1st poem submission deadline (feedback from Rachael posted by 23rd Oct)

30 Oct – 2nd poem submission deadline (feedback from Rachael posted by 6th Nov)

13 Nov – 3rd poem submission deadline (feedback from Rachael posted by 20th Nov)

27 Nov – 4th poem submission deadline (feedback from Rachael posted by 4 Dec)

11 Dec – 5th poem submission deadline (feedback from Rachael posted by 18 Dec)

 

For more information on Fortnightly Feedback courses please visit our  Online Courses  page.

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About Rachael Allen View Profile

Rachael Allen’s first collection of poems, KINGDOMLAND, is published by Faber & Faber. She is the co-author of a number of collaborative artists’ books, including Nights of Poor Sleep with Marie Jacotey, published by Prototype, and Almost One. Say Again! with JocJonJosch, published by Slimvolume. She is the recipient of a Northern Writers Award and an Eric Gregory award. She is the poetry editor for Granta magazine and Granta books, and is currently a Burgess fellow at Manchester University.

‘The Poetry School shows a blue sky approach to what it considers poetry. I have benefitted from this immensely by being made aware of possibilities in my practice that I didn’t even know existed before. It can only be a great force in stimulating difference and experiment.’

– Summer 2019 survey response

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