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Adventures in Form

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Learn about some traditional (and contemporary) poetic forms in this fun, friendly and accessible online creative writing workshop!

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One of the wonderful things about poetry is the freedom it gives us to write whatever we like, and free verse is more popular than ever before. But, what can traditional poetic forms teach us about our writing, and about ourselves? Sometimes, constraints allow us to break free of our usual writing ruts, and push our writing into new places, making us better, more versatile writers, and giving us the space to articulate ourselves even more clearly.

If you’re keen for a new challenge, then join poet and workshop leader Leanne Moden for “Adventures in Form”. This workshop is great for writers of all genres, looking to discover new ways of writing by playing within the traditions of poetic form.

Forget stuffy classrooms and boring textbooks – this course is all about learning by experimenting, trying new things and having fun with your writing!

This workshop will be delivered online via Zoom. Zoom is a web-based video calling service. In order to access this workshop, you will need an internet connection, and a computer with built-in camera or webcam, and a built-in microphone or speaker. The link to join the workshop will be emailed to you ahead of the session.

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Organiser Leanne Moden

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Leanne Moden is a poet and workshop leader from Nottingham. As a poet, she’s performed at events all over the UK. She was a national semi-finalist at the BBC Edinburgh Fringe Slam, the Hammer and Tongue poetry slam, and the Camden Roundhouse Slam, and her first full-length poetry show premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2019. As a workshop leader, she’s worked with groups across the UK and Europe. Her first pamphlet, 'Liaisons' was published by Stewed Rhubarb Press in 2015, and her next pamphlet will be published by Burning Eye Books in July 2020.

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