Borders, Boundaries and Partition
Poetry today flourishes on borders: with those of prose in new forms such as the lyric essay, music in performance or art as with Ian Hamilton Finlay. This workshop is for writers who want to start a new piece that could go anywhere, as well as respecting the rich array of traditional forms available. Award-winning poet Ian Duhig has worked in various forms including writing contrafacta motets for the Clerks and creating the Sewerby House “interventions”.
For all levels.
- Date: Saturday 30th September
- Time: 2:00 pm
- VenueManor House - Education Room
- Price£15.00/£10.00 concessions
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