|Date||Sunday March 28th|
If you are booking a place at this workshop, please submit a short resumé and one piece that you have written, along with an accompanying note explaining how participation will benefit you, as Enda would like to know a little bit about the class in advance.
Please email your submission to us here by Friday 12th March at 5.00pm
Class Duration: 2 hours
Maximum: 15 participants
The Festival Bookseller for this event is The Gutter Bookshop.
Join poet Enda Wyley for this interactive, live online poetry workshop. Explore how the best of poems remain forever fresh, memorable and visual. This workshop will also include group discussion, encountering the work of established poets and the creation of new poems within the class. Come along and enjoy the wonderful world poetry has to offer. And be inspired to write your own!
Enda Wyley was born in Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin. She has published six collections of poetry with Dedalus Press, including The Painter on his Bike (2019), Borrowed Space, New and Selected Poems, (2014), To Wake to This (2009) and Poems for Breakfast (2004). She was the inaugural winner of the Vincent Buckley Poetry Prize, Melbourne University and was the recipient of a Patrick and Katherine Kavanagh Fellowship for her poetry. She is a member of Aosdána, the Irish academy of artists.
Note: This poetry workshop is limited to max. 15 participants. The workshop will be live on the day and will not be available for replay.