Introducing... Haiku

Open for booking!

 

Start Date: Thursday 2nd April 2020 

 

End Date: Thursday 28th May 2020

 

Level: This course is designed to be gentle enough for complete beginners (at haiku, or at creative writing), but at the same time stimulating enough to introduce haiku as a new form to those who are already writing poetry or prose. It can also be used as a "warm-up" to our intermediate course. It's also a "back to what we first loved about haiku" for writers who need a reset. A highly pleasurable course to run, and we trust, take part in!

 

No of Assignments and Feedback: 3

 

Group Size:  up to 5. 

 

Course Description: Participants are sent introductory materials on the start date, which will include the first assignment briefing. We'll engage with haiku as a reader, using gentle and evocative prose exercises to expand our understanding of what these tiny haiku can do. As the course continues, we'll consciously encourage our own senses of observation, and learn to key in to moments and observations that inspire haiku. By the third and final assignment (or sooner if you are ready) we'll have built up to writing complete haiku poems. There'll be feedback from the tutor on the prose exercises, line exercises, and the complete poems, in a safe and nurturing atmosphere. By the end of the course you should have three poems, and an inspiring foundation on which to move forward with your writing. 

 

Full Cost: £95 (approximately US$118).

 

Early Bird Rate: £85 (approximately US$106), applies until Thursday 5th March 2020.

 

                                                                         

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Introducing... Haiku
85.00 GBP

A place on the Introducing... Haiku course. The early bird rate applies until 5th March 2019.

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