Book online or call Paul McGrane on 020 7420 9881.
No dates currently available but if you’d be interested in an ad-hoc Surgery, get in touch with Paul.
This is a wonderful opportunity to discuss your poetry on a one-to-one basis with poet and tutor Colette Bryce, a relaxed but in-depth analysis of your poems. Identify strategies for further developing your writing, discuss problems you may be experiencing and look at strategies for taking your work forward. There will be plenty of time to talk about all those things you need to know about writing, revising and submitting your work.
There are four slots, 10am, 11.15am, 12.45pm, 2pm, and each lasts one hour. The sessions are held in Brunswick Methodist Church, Newcastle.
£60 for Poetry Society members, £70 for non-members. Book online or call Paul McGrane on 020 7420 9881.
About Colette Bryce
Colette Bryce is an Irish poet currently based in the North East of England. Her latest collection The Whole & Rain-domed Universe (Picador) was shortlisted for the Forward and Costa prizes in 2014. From 2009-13 she was Poetry Editor at Poetry London magazine. Colette has worked as a poetry tutor for many organisations including the Arvon Foundation and Newcastle University. She received the Cholmondeley Award for her poetry in 2010.
Feedback from Colette’s Surgeries
“The session with Colette was heartening but incisive. I really enjoyed it and yes it was good value and I would recommend her to friends. It is so useful to have her careful reading, response and editorial skill. Thank you!” – Lydia Harris, York
“I found Colette’s surgery enormously helpful on several levels – and isn’t she a lovely person – and would, indeed already have, recommend anyone to sign up to one. For me, as an out-of-towner, it was brilliant to be right in the centre of Newcastle. Very easy to get to. Excellent value for money.” – Pru Kitching, Weardale
“This was the first time I’d had my efforts analysed and appraised by a poet and the experience was both useful and enjoyable. Colette gave me a number of pointers which I hope will help my writing, and yes I’d be happy to recommend it.” – Larry Marsh, Newcastle