Learning

Call of the Page offers learning in a number of ways.

 

Online Courses

Our online courses begin with introductory materials being sent to participants.  The usual format is that three submissions of work are sent in over an eight week period, with in-depth feedback being given each time.

 

These courses are run as scheduled group courses, where everyone benefits from reading the tutor's comments to all students in the group, in a combined learning experience. 

 

You can find out more about our online haiku courses here.

 

We also run online tanka courses, haibun courses, and senryu courses. New schedules for these will be announced shortly.

One-to-One Tuition

Alan Summers is available for one-to-one tuition, in person, by email, post, telephone, Skype, or a combination of these.  One-to-one sessions are tailored to suit you, either with Alan setting assignments, or simply giving feedback on your drafts of haiku, tanka or the other Japanese forms.

 

We have a flexible account system, and one-to-one students can send as little or as much work as they like at any time. Any time paid for but not used will roll over and be held for the student's next session.

 

We normally aim to address students' work within one week of their sending it to us - but please email us first at admin@callofthepage.org to check on availability and find out more about how the one-to-ones work. We can normally schedule Skype sessions within two or three days. We'd be happy to discuss which method of feedback might suit you best. 

Events

Call of the Page (formerly With Words) holds or takes part in several events around the year, mostly in the South West and West of England, and London.  These are often an opportunity to learn about haiku in an informal setting.  Although it is not practical for our international course participants and haiku writing colleagues to be physically present, we often incorporate ways of including their poems.

 

Our next in-person event will be announced later in 2018.

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