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A WORKSHOP is an opportunity to get feedback and criticism on your work in progress. Workshopping is an essential part of developing your writing craft; a workshop is all about peer support, it gives you insight into your work and guidance on how to improve it, while critiquing the work of others inspires and encourages your own practice. A workshop is also a space to mix with and support fellow writers.

 

Workshops are good for anyone who wants to improve a poem or their work generally, but they also make perfect companions to a course, allowing you to put into practice and refine what you have learned.

 

Workshops are small classes of up to six people; each participant brings a poem or part of a poem to be workshopped, each piece is read out and receives critique from the group. Workshops take place on Zoom, Wednesdays, 7-9pm, if attending have a file of your workshop piece prepared to share with the group.