welcome

from Coffee-House Poetry organiser, Anne-Marie Fyfe

Thu 10 Sep:

Fancy spending Fall-2020 finding your way through ‘form’ in Between the Lines, season 5, Focus on Form? A seven-week autumn course on poetic craft with the chance – the challenge – to use each newly-introduced form to write new work each week & share in a critical workshop process with fellow poets. From Mon 12 Oct, detail/booking info via classes page.

Also on classes, the new Avian Eye 4-wk course, a fascinating, fast-moving, four-week creative-writing exploration of birds, fabulous & familiar, magical & metaphorical…

And keep a lookout (emails & website) for more great Coffee-House Poetry autumn activity, including our annual Troubadour International Poetry Prize with Mark Doty & Mona Arshi waiting to read all your fine poems (deadline Mon 28 Sep, £3,500 in prizes, more info on prizes page).

Solitude – theme of our recent 4-wk course – is obviously very much in vogue as I’ve been enjoying a short BBC Radio4 series on the subject (the first night’s on ‘anchorites’) to which I’ve just ‘listened-again’ as, at broadcast-time, I was on a v. unsolitary Zoom, hearing some of you read from Florida, Illinois, Portugal, London, Bath & Yorkshire: & we were treated to a turned-around laptop-camera panorama of a magnificently pink Scarborough sunset!
 
Stay safe, & all best wishes,

next event

#poetrymondays: readings temporarily suspended

#poetrymondays

mon 23 nov, 8pm: troubadour international poetry prize night: 2020 judges mona arshi & mark doty read (online!) with 2020 prizewinners

See full details of poetry readings

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classes & courses

  • mon 12 oct—mon 23 nov, £110: between the lines 5: focus on form, a new 7-wk critical/craft masterclass with cahal dallat
  • sun 4 oct—sun 1 nov, £120: the avian eye: 4-wk creative-writing workshop series with anne-marie fyfe
  • sun 6 sep—sun 4 oct, £120: solitary spaces: creative-writing workshop series on solitude, with anne-marie fyfe

See full details of classes and workshops

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