Information for Course Participants at St Ives

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Evening all – I’ve just sent this email to Treloyhan Manor Hotel and asked them to forward it on to the participants on our course at St Ives next weekend but I thought for good measure I would put it up here as well and hopefully everybody will see it!  The course is now fully booked which is really exciting.    Please pass this information on to anybody you know who is going on the course.

Dear Course Participants

We are really looking forward to seeing you all next week in St Ives on our poetry residential.

To ensure you get the most out of the week, please have a look at the timetable for the course, which you can find on my blog here https://kimmoorepoet.wordpress.com/readings-and-workshops/abbot-hall-residential-course/

Here are a list of things you will need to bring with you:

1.  A favourite poem written by somebody else to read aloud and share with the group on Monday night

2.  If you would like a tutorial on the Wednesday afternoon, please bring 2 or 3 poems that you would like feedback on from one of the tutors.

3.  On Thursday night, course participants will have an opportunity to perform their own work.  You can bring poems that you have written previously (please bring a copy if you would like to do this) or you can read something you’ve created on the course.

2.  18 copies of a poem that you would like workshopped by the whole group on the Friday of the course.

Any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch
Best wishes
Kim Moore and Clare Shaw

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3 responses »

    • Hi Rebecca don’t worry too much about it all either…if you don’t have anything from home you want to read or bring hopefully you will write something during the week. It’s all fairly relaxed…

      • Thanks I have a lot to sort through ….. That is my dilemma! And don’t be relaxed on my account. Would rather be stretched out of comfort! But don’t hold me to that!

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