Intermediate Haiku Course (Longer Course)

As the original dates for this course sold out quickly, and there is further demand, we will be running a parallel course one week later. Thank you very much for supporting our courses and making them a success. Alan and Karen.

 

 

CLASS TWO - TAKING BOOKINGS

 

Start Date: Thursday April 11th 2019

 

End Date: Thursday July 18th 2019

 

CLASS ONE - FULLY BOOKED

 

Start Date: Thursday April 4th 2019

 

End Date: Thursday July 11th 2019

 

LevelIntermediate haiku writers; haiku improvers; beginners at haiku who are otherwise experienced in creative writing.

 

No. of Assignments and Feedback: 5

 

Group Size:  3 to 4   

 

Course Description: This is our longest running course, and is now in its seventh year, formerly known as simply our Haiku Group Online Course. It is suitable for those with some experience of either creative writing or haiku already, as it is quite advanced and technical, but still welcoming and inclusive. Participants submit two haiku poems five times over the course (total 10 poems over three and a half months) and may also add several rewritten poems for final comments during that time. The course operates by email, with participants reading Alan's commentary on each others' poems as well as their own in a group learning process.

 

Full Cost: £155 (approximately US$196)

 

Early Bird Rate: £145 (approximately US$184) if booking by Thursday 14th March 2019.

 

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!

 

Booking

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Intermediate Haiku (Long Course)
145.00 GBP

Intermediate Haiku (Long Course) starting Thursday April 11th 2019. The early bird rate of £145 applies until Thursday March 14th. Thank you!

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