This workshop will encourage you to experiment in your poetry.
It is suitable for newer and more experienced writers.
Experimental poetry is interpreted broadly to mean poetry which refuses received conventions, whether of form (verse, metre or rhyme) or of language (meaning, style or register).
You will read and discuss a range of experimental poetry, old and new, and consider what experimentation means, its justification, and its appeal for writers and readers.
This is a practical workshop with a focus on writing and extending your own practice in a way that interests you.