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1-1 feedback on your poems with Katharine Towers, Zoom

Thursday 30 July 2020, 8:00 amFriday 30 October 2020, 9:00 pm

£60

This is a wonderful opportunity to discuss your poetry on a one-to-one basis via Skype with poet and tutor Katharine Towers, wherever you live and at a date and time of your choosing, until the end of OCTOBER 2020. The sessions are one hour long.

As part of the booking process, please let us know your preferred date/s and time/s in the ORDER NOTES section of the Checkout page. Katharine will then contact you to agree a date and time.

A few weeks before the call, you’ll be asked to email up to 6 poems, or 150 lines maximum. During the call, you will have opportunities to discuss strategies for further developing your writing, problems you may be experiencing, and ways to take 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.

£50 for Poetry Society Members, £60 for non members. Poetry Society members should enter MEMBER1 in the Coupon code field to receive a £10 discount.

  • Poetry Society members should enter MEMBER1 in the Coupon code field to receive a £10 discount.
  • As part of the booking process, please let us know your preferred date/s and time/s in the ORDER NOTES section of the Checkout page. Katharine will then contact you to agree a date and time.

Katharine’s first poetry collection The Floating Man was published by Picador in 2010 and won the Seamus Heaney Centre Poetry Prize, shortlisted for the Jerwood-Aldeburgh First Collection Prize and for the Ted Hughes Award for New Work in Poetry and longlisted for The Guardian First Book Award. A poem from the collection was a Poem on the Underground. Her second The Remedies was also published by Picador and was shortlisted for the TS Eliot Prize. A pamphlet The Violin Forest was published by HappenStance in 2019. Katharine has taught at Newcastle University and for the Poetry School and has run workshops at Ledbury and online for The Guardian. katharinetowers.com

Find out more about Katharine and Poetry Surgery