The Wonderful Pursuit of Haiku

 

Develop your haiku skills and expand your body of work 

in a small and friendly expert-tutored group meeting

every two weeks over six sessions.

 

Course title:     The Wonderful Pursuit of Haiku

 

Format:            Six fortnightly 1 hour 40 minute Zoom workshops.

 

Level:               Some haiku experience/Intermediate.

 

Dates:             Tuesday 18th January to Tuesday 29th March 2022

 

Times:              = 12.10 pm to 13.50 pm  New York/Toronto  

                          =  5.10 pm to 6.50 pm  London

 

Tutor:              Alan Summers

 

Admin:            Alison Clayton-Smith and Karen Hoy

 

This series of six Zoom workshops runs fortnightly, and is a chance for four poets (who might have completed one or two of our haiku classes formerly) to continue to 'pursue' their haiku writing, with this 'live' workshop. 

 

There will be no prompts for these sessions. You are simply invited to bring two haiku or senryu from your ongoing own work to the first session. For the subsequent sessions you can also opt to bring rewrites for refinements.

 

There will be tutor-led analysis and feedback (with Alan Summers), with the ability to ask questions about your own and others' haiku. The aim is to focus on each participant's work and its development over the sessions. Feedback also includes advice for those wishing to submit their work to literary journals.

 

There will be a social and sharing atmosphere balanced with enough time to give everyone's work close individual attention. 

 

Number of Sessions: 6

 

Class Size:  maximum 4  

 

Cost: £206 (approximately US$273)

 

Earlybird rate: £196 (approximately US$260) if booking by January 11th 2022.

 

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The Wonderful Pursuit of Haiku
196.00 GBP

A place on The Wonderful Pursuit of Haiku starting Tuesday 18th January 2022. The early bird rate applies until Tuesday 11th January. Thank you!

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