Chance to work with professional poet in Great War workshop

Roger Mills SUTTON REMEMBERS WW1: Leave a Comment

A fantastic opportunity to be involved in a unique Great War poetry workshop is being staged for Sutton residents.

On Thursday 13th November 7.30-9.30pm at Honeywood Museum it will beled by professional poet Stephen Smith with additional guidance from members of Sutton Writers Circle and using the artefacts in Honeywood Museum’s War to End All Wars exhibition as inspiration, this practical workshop will concentrate on creative methodologies, exploring perspective, form and figurative language, and will lead participants to the preliminary drafting of a poem.

Stephen Smith has worked as a University Lecturer, a Writer in Residence, a Creative Writing Tutor in Adult Education and as a lecturer in literature, history and philosophy for the WEA. His critically acclaimed collection, The Fabulous Relatives, published by Bloodaxe Books, won a major Eric Gregory Award.

This event is FREE, but pre-booking is requested. Please telephone 020 8770 4297.

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