One of three all-day workshop sessions with the Sansoms in Manchester.
Three individual sessions, each of which combines brilliant writing exercises with insightful, supportive feedback. These writing Saturdays will make a genuine difference to your poetry. A suggested reading-list and shared reading and writing tasks at home (between sessions) will further the group experience. Ann and Peter will alternate tutoring the days.
One all-day workshop on a Saturday 23rd September 10:30am – 4pm.
More information about how all our face-to-face courses work can be found on the Face-to-Face courses page.
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Peter Sansom, former Fellow in Creative Writing, Leeds University and Company Poet at both M&S and Prudential. He’s a director of the Poetry Business, co-editor of The North and Smith/Doorstop Books. Books include The Last Place On Earth, Carcanet, and Writing Poems, Bloodaxe.
Ann Sansom is a poet, playwright and tutor. She has published six collections of poetry; had work published in several Forward/Faber anthologies, Russian Vogue and a range of other publications; and has written and directed plays for stage and radio.
She is presently working with The British Film Institute on a series of commissioned film-related poems and is writing a screenplay for a further series of short films.
Ann is currently a regular tutor for WEA, Poetry Society and Arvon Foundation and has taught at Oxford, Leeds and Sheffield Hallam universities. She regularly works in schools and tutors at school writing residentials, teaching children of all ages and abilities, and has run a weekly writers’ workshop at Doncaster YWCA for twenty years. Ann is also a director of The Poetry Business, which publishes The North magazine and Smith/Doorstop books.
It has been so many years since I connected with the creative part of myself in this way. I have spent the last 10 years absorbed in a professional world where I have given so much of my mind to others. For the first time in a long time, I felt like I got some of it back!