Brave New Poet

What’s in a poem? A bleak and soul-destroying vision of Britain’s Industrial Revolution? Inspiring words by which to draw strength in hectic world? A man-eating “anteater”?

William Wordsworth, Rudyard Kipling, Roald Dahl, they all started somewhere.

Poet Natalie Scott will be offering her expertise in a 10 week course, which aims to guide aspiring poets with little or no experience through the seemingly daunting process of creating their very own masterpiece.

Learn how to draw inspiration from pencils to pagodas, dabble in different poetic forms, draft, re-draft and polish, and discover how to let the words speak for you. What’s in a Poem which teach you all of this and more, allowing you to unlock your potential.

Tutor Natalie Scott is an established poet and teacher whose recent full-length collection ‘Berth’ was published by Bradshaw Books.Natalie was also awarded Runner-Up for the Cork Literary Review Manuscript Award 2011 and was staged at ARC by Vivid Theatre in April 2012 funded by the Arts Council of England.

For full details of the course or to book online, please click here.