A monthly group for intermediate writers of poetry and prose, providing detailed feedback and discussion in each session.
A monthly meeting for those who have had some experience in writing poetry or serious creative prose, involving in-depth feedback to develop critical skills and close study of published texts. Myra has a particular interest in personal writing, an area in which she’s widely published, and also narrative.
Please note: THIS COURSE IS NOT BOOKABLE ONLINE. If you purchase online, your card will be charged but your place will not be guaranteed. Enrolment is by application only. To apply please contact the office for details.
8 monthly sessions on Wednesdays 7:45 – 9:45pm, started 11th October
More information about how all our face-to-face courses work can be found on the Face-to-Face courses page
About Myra Schneider View Profile
Myra Schneider is a British poet and grew up in Scotland, London, and Sussex. She read English at The University of London and has worked for an educational publisher, as a teacher in a comprehensive school and a tutor to people with literacy problems, as well as working for many years with severely disabled adults. Her first collection of poetry, Fistful of Yellow Hope, was published in 1984 by Littlewood Arc and she has published 11 other poetry titles since this time. She is consultant to the Second Light Network of Women Poets, runs poetry workshops, classes and courses and is a tutor for the Poetry School.
The Poetry School has given me a monthly focus and discipline which has been very good for my development.