Poems in Progress with Colette Bryce

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A close-reading workshop on your poems

A close-reading workshop on your poems

Cancelled: This workshop has been cancelled and we apologise for any inconvenience. We will be in touch regarding refunds shortly. We hope that you will attend other literature events at the Museum this year. See our What's On for more information about events and workshops.

A close-reading workshop on your poems. Conversation will focus on aspects of form and technique, with a view to fine-tuning and editing. You will be invited to submit a poem in advance for feedback during the session.

This is the perfect opportunity to work with an award winning writer to hone your own poetry.

Colette Bryce is a poet from Derry, Northern Ireland. She has published four poetry collections including The Full Indian Rope Trick (Picador, 2004) and Self-Portrait in the Dark (2008). Her latest, The Whole & Rain-domed Universe (2014), was awarded a Ewart-Biggs Award in memory of Seamus Heaney. Selected Poems, drawing on all her books, is a PBS Special Commendation and winner of the Pigott Prize for Poetry 2018. Colette lives in the north of England where she works as a freelance writer and editor. She received the Cholmondeley Award for poetry in 2010.


 
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