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Changing Lives: Words of Protest

Weston Park Museums Sheffield | Saturday 21st April 2018 | 10.30-13.30 | £20

In these times the art of protest is as vital as ever. In this workshop we will explore the relationship between protest and the written / spoken word. Inspired by the exhibition ‘Changing Lives: 200 years of People and Protest in Sheffield’ we will sharpen our satire to write words with a political punch.
Suitable for all levels of experience, whether you’re a seasoned writer, new to creative writing, or just have a particular interest in this subject.

You can book via the Museums Sheffield Events page. 



Ten week course, starting May 21st 2018

I’ll be teaching a ten week online course for The Poetry School, titled ‘Die Like a Wolf: Writing the Non-Human’  We’ll be exploring non-anthropocentric poetry of all kinds, and testing the ability of poetry to achieve this. Follow the link to book.





Blackwells Sheffield, Fri 25th May 2018 5pm

With Agnes Lehóckzy as part of the English department postgraduate colloquium


Ten Years of Nine Arches Press, Sat 23rd June 2018 13.10-21.00

I’ll be reading my own poems part of Josephine Corcoran’s book launch and  other people’s for the Poetry Mix Tape


York Explore, 22nd November 2018

More details to be confirmed.





Contact me if you’d like me to add you to the mailing list for any of these events, or if you’re interested in inviting me to run a workshop with your organisation or read at your event.


5 comments on “Forthcoming

  1. Jax Hives says:

    I noticed you were doing a workshop Write Me a Picture: Creative Writing Workshop, Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery are you running this or any other workshops in the future?
    i am a painter trying to write……..

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