The latest issue of Writing in Education published this week online by NAWE.
Tag: found poetry
Found Poetry writing workshop
Why don’t you write some found poetry this month? Come to my workshop for Nottingham Poetry Society: 26th November 2 -3.45pm ICC, Mansfield Road.
Melbourne poem 4: Sold
Sold is the last of my Found Works from the State Library of Victoria archive. It draws on advertisements from … More
Melbourne Poems 3: Lost, Stolen or Strayed?
Lost, Stolen or Strayed? is the third Found Work written during my virtual residency with the State Library of Victoria
Melbourne Poems 2: Flag-Staff
Flag-Staff is the second Found Work arising from my Melbourne City of Literature virtual residency.
Melbourne poems 1: Sailed from Naarm
Sailed from Naarm 1838 – 1846 is the first for a series of Found Works created during my virtual residency at the State Library of Victoria for Melbourne UNESCO City of Literature
Tinkering with Words, Playing with Language…
Just gearing up for my open lecture for the Japanese Society of Teaching Japanese Spring Conference next weekend. The session … More
I wrote Closed World many years ago as a result of playing around with ideas about found texts and revisiting … More
Calling Beeston writers…
Poetry Place writing workshop at Beeston Library 11.30 – 1pm, Nov 30th. Come along and write.
Poetry Place: Beeston workshop 30th Nov
In this experimental, place-based writing workshop you will try out different ways of creating poetry focused on Beeston.