10am to 12pm, Thursday, 27 August.
This two hour advanced workshop will engage you with poetic language, form, editing and writing techniques. Come prepared to undertake writing exercises, discuss sample poems and share your writings All budding, secret and serious poets welcome.
Siobhan Harvey is a migrant author of five books, including the poetry collection, ‘Cloudboy’ (Otago University Press, 2014), which won New Zealand richest prize for poetry, the Landfall Kathleen Grattan Award. She’s also co-editor of the New Zealand bestseller, ‘Essential New Zealand Poems’ (Penguin Random House, 2014). Her work has been published in ‘Arc’ (Canada), ‘Asian Literary Review’ (Hong Kong), ‘Griffith Review’ (Aus), ‘Segue’ (US), ‘Stand’ (UK), and ‘Structo’ (UK), as well as the anthology ‘Feminist Divine: Voices of Power and Invisibility’ (Cyren US, 2019). She won 2019 Kathleen Grattan Award for a Sequence of Poems, 2019 Robert Burns Poetry Prize, and 2016 Write Well Award (Fiction, US). She was runner-up in the 2011 Landfall Essay Competition and 2015 and 2014 New Zealand Poetry Society International Poetry Competitions. The Poetry Archive (UK) holds a ‘Poet’s Page’ devoted to her work.
WEBWORKSHOP ATTENDANCE FEE: NZSA Members – $30. (Non-members – $60)