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Allographic Workshop: “Page Poetry” led by Caron Freeborn

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Ground Floor, Cambridge University Centre

Granta Place

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Allographic has three forms of live event – “Other Voices”, open mic with featured guests every 4th Sunday of the month; “Allographic presents…”, a loose series of events with bigger names from the spoken word scene, and a burgeoning set of workshops for aspirant poets, storytellers, and other writers and performers.

Attendees of the workshop should consider putting their new-found skills into practice at our free evening event. Find out more here.

“Page Poetry” – Ways to use white space in your poetry led by Caron Freeborn (free entry, donations taken)

Page poets need to work with white space but performance poets can benefit from the space too. We will look at what white space can do to and for a poem

Number of Spaces: 10

Suitable for: adults, wheelchair users, people with hearing difficulties, intermediate writers, experienced writers, intermediate performers, experienced performers

Materials: pen, paper/ notebook, a previously written piece of their own

Entry is free but you will have an opportunity to pay what you think the workshop was worth afterwards. All the money goes to the workshop leader.

Find out more about Allographic at: http://www.allographic.co.uk/

Link to the Facebook event: here

Caron Freeborn is Caron Freeborn is autistic, heavily tattooed and an unlikely Christian. Although once a novelist, poetry became her autistic special interest. Her poems have been published in journals both with and without the photographs of regular collaborator Steve Armitage, and her first full collection came out 2015.

Follow on Twitter: @CaronFreeborn

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