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Poetry Writing Workshop

28 September - 28 September 2019

Heritage Workshops & Talks, advance-booking

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Poetry Writing Workshop

28 September - 28 September 2019

A day of writing which will draw on the built environment of the Museum and delve into your own experiences. 

In a warm and supportive atmosphere, and using a variety of writing forms, Dave will guide you through a day of concentrated but fun writing, and will help you to look at your work from new perspectives and, perhaps, unexpected angles. The workshop is suitable for both beginners and those with writing experience.

About the course leader:   Dave Reeves

Dave is the Museum’s Poet in Residence.. He has held many writing residencies around the Midlands including Stourbridge Library, and was Literature Development Officer for Sandwell Libraries. Editor and publisher of the regional new writing magazine Raw Edge magazine, until 2009, he currently broadcasts for the online radio station www.radiowildfire.com. He has published numerous works as a poet, a historian and a spoken word artist. His latest book is Black Country Dialectics from Offa's Press. "... one of the areas best respected poets" Wolverhampton Express & Star

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Time:  10.00am - 4.00pm

Booking is essential

Cost: £30    (Inc VAT) per person includes a certificate of completion, free parking, refreshment vouchers and a lunch voucher.

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