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Poetry Workshop with Pascale Petit: The Wild and Rural Lives of Poems

Posted on - 18th September, 2015 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Events, Things To Do, UCLan, University

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Come and join multi-award-winning poet, Pascale Petit, for this special National Poetry Day workshop. We’ll be exploring how to write poetry about animals, the countryside and all things wild.

Thursday 8th October 2015, 2-3.30pm in the Harrington Building 127, University of Central Lancashire

£6 for wage earners. Free for students, retirees and jobseekers

The workshop is most suitable for those who already have some writing experience

Book by clicking here.

 

An Evening with Pascale Petit and Friends

Thursday 8th October – National Poetry Day

7pm-7.30pm: Drinks and light snacks

7.30-9.45: Poetry readings

Special guest: Pascale Petit

2013 Manchester Poetry Prize winner, 2015 T. S. Eliot Prize judge

Supporting acts: Will Daunt, Alan Dent, Lindsey Mansfield Holland, Maria Isakova-Bennett

Part of ‘The Wild and Rural Lives of Poems’, a 2 week celebration of poetry in Preston

Greenbank Lecture Theatre, Greenbank Building, UCLan, Victoria Street, Preston, PR17DR.

£3 entry (waged); free for unwaged

Book by clicking here.

Please contact Terry Quinn with any enquiries: tsqdor@hotmail.com

Sponsored by Preston Cultural Framework and UCLan

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