Saturday 17th February 2018
2 – 4.30pm
Menuhin Theatre, Third Floor, Portsmouth Central Library £6 – TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM E mail: email@example.com
THE IMP OF THE PERVERSE – Creative Writing Workshop
In what ways does a prose poem differ from flash fiction? Is a prose poem just a poem without the line breaks? Do labels even matter? In the words of Gertrude Stein: A rose is a rose is rose. Whether prose or poetry is your thing, this workshop will help you to put the best words in their best order capturing the prose poem’s anarchic qualities in the process.
Michael Loveday is a poet and short story writer, and tutor of creative writing. He has a Masters in Writing (distinction) from Kingston University. His book reviews have appeared in Eyewear, The London Grip, Magma, The North, and Write Out Loud. He is a creative writing tutor for Advanced Studies in England and the St John’s Foundation, Somerset, and is a Director of the National Association of Writers in Education.