Workshop Four: Autumn
Often written about by other poets, Autumn brings richness, harvest, changes in colour and changes in outlook. In this session we’ll use exercises looking at other poet’s’ use of colour and description to write about autumn as a season to look forward to. There will be opportunities to share your writing a supportive atmosphere during the session.
Eithne will use a variety of exercises and activities and by the end of the session you may have some personal or descriptive pieces you may wish to develop.
Writing the Seasons is a series of four workshops for writers of poetry or prose, giving the chance to explore how imagery is used in writing can be enriched by engaging with the seasons.
Please note there is a supporting Google Classroom for this course and the direct link to join can be found in confirmation email under the Additional information section.
If you have any accessibility requirements, please directly get in touch with us at email@example.com
NB: There are no scheduled breaks during the session
Eithne Cullen was born in Dublin and moved to London when she was six. She has had poems published in anthologies and magazines and has written two novels: The Ogress of Reading and Never not in my Thoughts and a collection of short stories, Pencils and Other Stories. Her pamphlet, The Smell of Dust was published in September 2021, supported by Pen to Print.
Eithne is a page editor for Write On! Magazine’s weekly Extra page, Thoughtful Tuesdays and was Poet in Residence for Hysteria Writing competition. Eithne has had success with her own poetry and was recently crowned Poet Laureate of Plumstead.
Connect with Eithne via Twitter: @eithne_cullen
NB: To make the most of Writing the Seasons workshops, please ensure that you book your place, there are 4 sessions to book individually in total on the following dates:
- 7 February 2023
- 14 February 2023
- 21 February 2023
- 28 February 2023
Booking is essential. Pen to Print and our partners reserve the right to remove participants who are found not to have booked a place for this session.
We encourage all participants to keep their cameras on during the session.
Pen to Print and our partners reserve the right to remove participants who are disruptive to a session.
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