Haibun 2 x 2


Start Date: Thursday 24th June 2021


End Date: Thursday 29th July 2021


Level: Participants should have some existing experience of writing haiku, but may be beginners, "improvers", or advanced, at haibun.


Group Size: up to 5   Fully Booked


Course Description:


In this haibun course, over just two sessions, you will be invited to write a double-assignment of two haibun each time (of an average 200 words each), resulting in four new haibun (or if you prefer, tanka prose, or a combination of these two forms) over the course. Optional prompts and approaches will be suggested for each assignment. Detailed written feedback is given by former haibun editor and Pushcart Prize-nominated haibun writer Alan Summers.


We first ran a version of this course in 2019, although we have responded to students wanting to concentrate on shorter word-count haibun (and we've been able to reduce the price a little accordingly). This course, with its double assignments over five weeks, is designed to help output your writing more intensively than our usual courses.


As with most of our online courses, participants will be sent the feedback on all participants' work, as well as their own, in a shared learning experience.


Cost: £160.00 (approximately US$223).


Early bird rate (available until June 3rd 2021): £150 (approximately US$209)



By booking on to this course you are agreeing to our terms and conditions.


Thank you very much for your interest, but this course is now full. Our next haibun course will be scheduled for later in 2021.


Haibun 2 x 2
150.00 GBP

For a place on the Haibun 2 x 2 course starting Thursday 24th June 2021. (This early bird rate ends Thursday June 3rd).


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