Saturday, 28 November 2015

Shetland poetry workshop with Jen Hadfield




Standing Stone

maybe a compass
maybe a gnomon
maybe a signpost
for bee-eaters, swifts

Short poems can be like a meditation: helping us focus on where we're at right now, and on what's going on around us. They also make good Christmas cards!

We'll spend the afternoon reading, listening, looking and playing with words in a focussed but informal atmosphere. New and more confident poets all welcome. Bring outdoor gear for optional landscape writing.

2-5.30, Saturday 5th December
venue t.b.c (probably Burra)
16-yrs and up, 12 max.

£20 for the afternoon


jenhadfield@btinternet.com

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