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Published on 27th September 2019
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In this experimental, place-based writing workshop you will try out different ways of creating poetry focused on Beeston. You will draw on a selection of images and written sources from the local history collection, other ‘found’ Beeston-related materials and your own experiences of the town. You will need to bring an open mind, a notebook and a pen. Play with words and share some of your draft poems with other writers from the group in a supportive workshop environment.
Sue Dymoke is the author of three shoestring Press poetry collections: What They Left Behind, Moon at the Park and Ride and The New Girls. she is a Reader in Education and Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts. her work on poetry education and writing has been internationally recognised, with invitations to lecture and lead poetry workshops with adults and young people in Europe, Japan and New Zealand. she lives in Nottingham.
11.30am – 1pm
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