Intimate monthly seminars with Greta Stoddart on Zoom.
* This Seminar will take place on the video-conferencing platform, ZOOM *
Monthly seminar groups with Greta Stoddart, featuring close reading, in-depth discussion and feedback on your poems-in-progress, as well guidance on your next steps as a poet and conversation around contemporary poetry. With a maximum of seven students in each group, these seminars provide an intimate setting and generate supportive and critical friendships, helping you to become part of a poetry community.
Entry into this group is by application only. If you would like to sign up, please email [email protected] for information and we will assist you in the application process.
Do not book online before applying.
8 x monthly sessions between October and May. Classes will run Wednesday 2–4.30pm on Zoom and take place on the following dates.
More information about how all our seminars work can be found on the Seminars Course Page.
About Greta Stoddart View Profile
Greta Stoddart was born in 1966 in Oxfordshire. She grew up in Belgium and Oxford before going on to study Drama at Manchester University, then at the Ecole Internationale de Theatre Jacques Lecoq in Paris. There she co-founded the theatre company Brouhaha and for five years toured UK, Europe and South America. Greta published her first book of poems, At Home in the Dark (Anvil), in 2001 and her second, Salvation Jane (Anvil), in 2008. Her third book, Alive Alive O (Bloodaxe, 2015), was shortlisted for the Roehampton Poetry Prize 2016. She lives in Devon and teaches for the Poetry School and the Arvon Foundation. In 2018 her work Who’s There?, a radio piece tackling the topic of dementia through an interweaving of word, sound and music, first broadcast on BBC Radio 4’s Echo Chamber, was shortlisted for the The Ted Hughes Award for New Work in Poetry.
‘Greta’s seminar is well established – the group’s always small and intimate, everyone gets similar feedback time and it is a good and proper amount of time. It’s a safe space to consider progression of work. Sometimes I am writing prolifically, sometimes hardly much at all, but Greta’s monthly seminar is like a pace setter – it encourages me to write.’