Booking now for
- Saturday 26 October 2019 *SOLD OUT*
- Saturday 30 November 2019 *SOLD OUT*
If no date is showing or you can’t find a suitable date/time, contact Paul McGrane to see if Mab can set up an ad-hoc session for you.
This is a wonderful opportunity to discuss your poetry on a one-to-one basis with poet and tutor Mab Jones, 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.
Mab runs one-hour sessions at 11am, 12.15pm, 1.45pm, 3.00pm, and 4.15pm. The venue is: Cardiff University Centre for Lifelong Learning, Ground floor cafe (opposite main entrance), 21-23 Senghennydd Rd, Cardiff CF24 4AG.
£40 for Poetry Society Members / £50 non-members.
Book online or call Paul McGrane on 020 7420 9881. Once your session is booked, you will be asked to send up to 6 poems, or 150 lines maximum, in advance, so that Mab has sufficient time to read your poems beforehand.
About Mab Jones
Mab is a “unique talent” (The Times) who has read her work all over the UK, in the US, France, Ireland and Japan. Mab is currently Cardiff Wetlands Writer in Residence. She is winner of the John Tripp Spoken Poetry Audience Award, the Word Factory Neil Gaiman Short Story competition, the Aurora Poetry Competition, the Rabbit Heart Poetry Film Festival Grand Jury Prize, the Geoff Stevens Memorial Poetry Prize, and a recent Literature Matters Award from the Royal Society of Literature, amongst others. Her most recent book is Rogue 13, out with Analog Press. Her second collection, take your experience and peel it, is published by Indigo Dreams. Her first collection, Poor Queen, was published by Burning Eye Books. She teaches creative writing at Cardiff University, writes for the New York Times, and has presented three poetry programmes on BBC Radio 4 and one on Radio 3. She was coordinator of International Dylan Thomas Day in 2016 & 2017. Mab undertakes commissions, critique, and mentoring, also. mabjones.com