WF(N)

The next meeting will take place on Saturday 29th September at MadLab in Manchester.

“WFW(N) is an opportunity for innovative/experimental poets to present their work for feedback in a mutually supportive atmosphere. Ideally, please bring along copies of the work you intend to read for the other group members. Anyone who wants to come along but doesn’t want to read is also very welcome.”

WFN

Via Gareth Twose:

“Writer’s Forum North is back in business running a Poetry Writing Workshop on Saturday, May 26th.  Anyone welcome.

If possible we would like people to bring two things: a poem or poems of their own;  & a poem (not their own) they either really love or hate.

As usual will be trying to offer constructive feedback and a few laughs.  It would really help if everyone could bring multiple photocopies of their poems, so everyone in the group can read them.

The session will run from 2-4pm .  And it’s in top floor at Madlab, Edge Street, in the Northern Quarter.”

WFN

Sunday 4 December · 14:00 – 17:00, Madlab, Northern Quarter Manchester. WFN is an opportunity for innovative/experimental poets to present their work for feedback in a mutually supportive atmosphere. Ideally, please bring along copies of the work you intend to read for the other group members. Anyone who wants to come along but doesn’t want to read is also very welcome.

WFN presents an evening of contemporary poetry

December 9 from 6:30pm for a 7pm start for an evening of the best in contemporary poetry.

A one off-meeting of WFN sees MadLab’s monthly experimental poetry workshop play host to a reading line-up of three specially invited guests:

  • Jessica Pujol i Duran
  • Stephen Emmerson
  • Ollie Evans

Entry is free and drinks will be available by donation before the reading and during the interval.

WFN

Saturday, November 5 · 2:00pm – 5:00pm, Madlab, Manchester.

WFN is an opportunity for innovative/experimental poets to present their work for feedback in a mutually supportive atmosphere. Ideally, please bring along copies of the work you intend to read for the other group members. Anyone who wants to come along but doesn’t want to read is also very welcome.

WFN poetry workshop

01 October · 14:00 – 17:00
Madlab
36-40 Edge Street
Manchester, United Kingdom

After the workshop this month:

Steven Waling on Charles Reznikoff: ‘Walking & Listening To New York’

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WFN is an opportunity for innovative/experimental poets to present their work for feedback in a mutually supportive atmosphere. Ideally, please bring along copies of the work you intend to read for the other group members. Anyone who wants to come along but doesn’t want to read is also very welcome.