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  • Poetry Clinic with Colette Bryce

Readings & Lectures

Do you ever scribble little poems into notebooks, or onto old napkins in the booths of cafés? If so, maybe it is time that you owned your work and looked to an established poet for some guidance about getting into your stride as a wordsmith.

And when it comes to mentors, they don't get much better than Colette Bryce. The Derry-born poet has been an academic star at the Universities of Dundee and Newcastle, while she has been an award-winner since before she even released her first collection.

The awards gathering dust of her shelves include the Eric Gregory Award, the National Poetry Competition, and various editions of collections like The Full Indian Rope Trick and Self-Portrait in the Dark.

As editor of Poetry London, it is Colette's express desire to uncover new voices in rhyme. You never know - you may be one. Sit down one to one and find out over a relaxed hour looking at one of your poems. You might have to make some room on your own mantlepiece after Poetry Clinic with Colette Bryce.



11 Parnell Square East






  • Wed, 8 March 2017 10:00 - 14:00