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Type: Course
Level: Advanced
Location: London

Details

Start date: Thursday 7th Feb 2013
Session times: Thursdays, 6.45 - 8.45pm (10 weeks)
Cost:
Full cost:£129.00
60+:£117.00
Concs:£103.00

 

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Collaborations

This course invites you to enter into the unknown alchemical terrain of working with other poets and artists to create new work. Students will experience the speed and shift in dynamics of leaving their singular artistic identity at the door and entering into the alchemy of joint creativity. Exercises will involve collaborating towards a live event, using blogs and other live web platforms and collaborating with a dead poet. This course will make use of a blog where ongoing work can be shared with the outside world. This course is open for those who are creative in other forms, such as music, art or graphic design and who would like the opportunity to work closely with poets in creating new work.

Tutor:

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Chris McCabe

Chris McCabe was born in Liverpool in 1977. His poetry collections are The Hutton Inquiry, Zeppelins and THE RESTRUCTURE. He has recorded a CD with the Poetry Archive and has had work included in numerous anthologies including Identity Parade: New British and Irish Poets, Adventures in Form and Dear World & Everyone in it. His plays Shad Thames, Broken Wharf and Mudflats have been performed in London and Liverpool. He works as the Poetry Librarian at The Saison Poetry Library and teaches for The Poetry School. His work has been described by The Guardian as “an impressively inventive survey of the uses of English in the early 21st century”. His collaborative work includes Pharmapoetica: a dispensary of poetry with Maria Vlotides and Whitehall Jackals with Jeremy Reed (both published in 2013). His first prose book – In the Catacombs: a Summer Among the Dead Poets of West Norwood Cemetery – will be published by Penned in the Margins in June 2014.

 

 

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Access Information

The Poetry School has accessible parking with a front entrance drop-off point. The room used for classes is on ground level and there is adequate space for wheelchair users and an induction loop available upon request. There are fully equipped disabled toilets and an emergency assistance alarm is fitted. For further information please contact the office.


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