a Happy New Year

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UPDATES

 

NEW CALL OF THE PAGE ONLINE COURSES

 

Our courses for 2020 are well underway. Tanka Online starts on Tuesday January 21st, and we have a couple of places one place available on One-Line Haiku (Monoku) starting on Thursday 16th.

 

THIS MAY BE OF INTEREST TO THOSE OF YOU IN THE UK ...

 

We've been invited to talk at Chippenham's Culture Café about haikai and the work of Call of the Page. Details below...

 

BRISTOL MUSEUM & ART GALLERY

 

Photographs of the event at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery are up here.

 

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Call of the Page (formerly With Words) is a small creative writing, literature and literacy organisation with an international outlook, based in Wiltshire in the South West of England.

 

We love the power of words, from single words, to three-thousand verse community poems, and this is reflected in the past events of With Words and its colleagues. 

 

The courses, events and activities we run are largely coloured by our enthusiasm for Asian poetry forms, particularly the Japanese forms haiku and tanka.  Other forms that interest us are haibun, sonnets, renga, and longform poetry.

 

Our mission is to help people to make the most of words - whether that's through advanced creative writing or discovering the meaning and power in just one word.

 

We have the pleasure of working with some really talented writers, but it's also very rewarding for us to help advance verbal and written literacy in those who are currently underserved through educational circumstance, or are underconfident in the literacy they already have.  

 

We currently operate under the "sole trader" status of Alan Summers. Our medium-term plan is to establish official not-for-profit status as a Community Interest Company.

 

We hope you enjoy exploring the Call of the Page website.

 

You can also find us on our new Call of the Page Twitter page:

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