One-Line Haiku

NEW Course!

Start Date: Thursday 16th January 2020


End Date: Thursday 23rd April 2020


Level: This is an advanced course, suitable for writers who are already intermediate-level or above in writing three-line haiku. If you are relatively new to haiku, we recommend taking one of our regular haiku courses first, to get the full benefit from this one. In the meantime, our advice is to keep reading haiku!


No. of Assignments and Feedback: 5


Group Size:  up to 5  (4 places available)


Course Description:


Even more minimalist than haiku, the "monoku" is a poem in one short line. They’ve become increasingly popular and more widely published in journals and anthologies.

So if a single short line is the shape of monoku, what is the substance of this tiny haiku derivative?


This course will encourage you to consider what a monoku is, for yourself as a writer, and will give deep feedback on the poems you write over three assignments.


The tutor is award-winning and widely published monoku writer, Alan Summers. At the end of the course, you will have ten monoku written over five submissions, with lots of notes for further ideas for monoku-writing.


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


Full Cost: £155 (approximately US$201)


Early Bird Rate: £145 (approximately US$188) if booking by Thursday 2nd January 2020.


Apart from the cost savings of booking early, please note, our class sizes are small and quite often fill out before the early bird rate closes. Thank you!



By booking you agree to accept our Terms and Conditions. Thank you!

One-Line Haiku
145.00 GBP

A place on the One-Line Haiku course starting Thursday January 16th 2020. The early bird rate of £145 (approx US$188) applies until Thursday 2nd January 2020. Thank you!


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