There’s another free Open Workshop coming your way on CAMPUS. Starting 27th January, Seren poet, Dai George, will lead you through the process of writing pronoun-less poems, removing the ‘I’, ‘me’ and ‘you’ altogether.
Pronouns shape our thinking and determine the type of poem that we might write. For this Open Workshop, you will look at the role pronouns play in your poems, and explore how jettisoning them can create a more objective, less relational kind of poetry.
Open Workshop: ‘Absent Pronouns’
Starts: Monday 27 January 2014
Live chat: Monday 10 February 2014, 7pm
To reserve your place on this free workshop, please RSVP: [email protected]
Dai George was born in Cardiff in 1986 and the author of The Claims Office. He has studied in Bristol and New York, where he received a Masters in Fine Art from Columbia University. Now living and teaching in London, but often back in Wales, he has had poems and critical articles published in The Guardian online, The Boston Review, Poetry Wales, New Welsh Review and others. His poetry has appeared in several anthologies, including the Salt Book of Younger Poets and Best British Poetry (2011 and forthcoming in 2013). He is at work on a novel about the Gunpowder Plot, starring the playwright Ben Jonson as a central character.
Open Workshops runs a free, drop-in writing workshop every month, open to all CAMPUS members, ranging from practical exercises, technical masterclasses, to new and experimental approaches to making poetry.