- Saturday, 6th July 2019
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Difficulty in poetry is sometimes construed as an unwillingness to communicate. We often read ‘accessible’ poems as as open, generous and direct in their dialogue with readers. However, might ‘difficult’ poems offer us a chance to have more complex, meaningful conversations with readers and ourselves as writers? What specifically constitutes difficulty? (formal, linguistic, intertextual, political)?. We will read some ‘difficult’ poets and try writing through these multiple, engaging examples.
Venue: Burgage Hall
Located in Church Lane – the cobbled lane between the The Market House and St Michael’s and All Angels Church. Ramp access but the cobbled lane is hard work in a wheelchair. Please notify in advance if you require wheelchair access. 60 minute on-street car parking in High Street and The Homend. Pay and Display car parks off Bye Street and Bridge Street.