Beginning to Write Poetry with Shruti Chauhan

£25.00£30.00

Is there a poem you really want to write but aren’t sure where to begin? Are you in the early stages of poetry writing and need a push? Are you stuck in a poetic rut and need some inspiration? This three-hour interactive workshop will help you explore ways into writing a poem through wider reading, lively discussion and fun and practical writing exercises. Once ideas are flowing and are on the page, you will begin to craft them into poems. You will have the opportunity to share your work and receive feedback in an encouraging environment. Build confidence in reading, writing and discussing poetry and come away with at least one new poem, with the beginnings of many more.

1 day course – 8th February 2020 (Saturday 1-4pm)

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Beginning to Write Poetry with Shruti Chauhan

1 day course

Day and time:  Saturday 1-4pm

Dates: 8th February 2020

Venue: Secular Hall, 75 Humberstone Gate, Leicester, LE1 1WB

Cost: £30, £25 conc.

Code: WSL98

Is there a poem you really want to write but aren’t sure where to begin? Are you in the early stages of poetry writing and need a push? Are you stuck in a poetic rut and need some inspiration? This three-hour interactive workshop will help you explore ways into writing a poem through wider reading, lively discussion and fun and practical writing exercises. Once ideas are flowing and are on the page, you will begin to craft them into poems. You will have the opportunity to share your work and receive feedback in an encouraging environment. Build confidence in reading, writing and discussing poetry and come away with at least one new poem, with the beginnings of many more. 

Suitable for writers at all levels.

About the Tutor:

Shruti Chauhan is a poet and performer from Leicester. She was voted Best Spoken Word Performer at the 2018 Saboteur Awards and won the National Poetry Library’s Instapoetry competition the same year. Shruti wrote the song lyrics for the BBC Four documentary My Asian Family – The Musical, as part of the BBC’s Big British Asian Summer season. Her pamphlet, That Which Can Be Heard, is published with Burning Eye.