A Critical Approach to Poetry with Panya Banjoko

Saturday 23rd February 13:00 - 15:00 at Nottingham

This course is designed for writers wishing to write critically, participants will analyse contemporary poetry and use the knowledge gained to create a check-list of editing features to improve their own work.

Open to writers with some experience and writers interested in learning how to edit work with a specific emphasis on poetry. Participants will also be encouraged to share feedback in the group.

Suitable for writers with some experience.

Four week course running from 1pm – 3pm on Saturdays between the 23rd February and the 16th March 2019, in the Sillitoe Room at Waterstones Nottingham. Please go to for more information.

Panya Banjoko is a UK-based writer and poet whose work has been published in various anthologies. She performs widely, coordinates Nottingham Black Archive, and is Patron for Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature. Whilst poetry is her mainstay she has also written two early years publications. She has edited a collection of poetry by the Black Writers Network and her debut poetry collection, Some Things, is published by Burning Eye Books.

Further details: 0115 793 4110

Nottingham Waterstones, Nottingham
Saturday 23rd February 13:00 - 15:00

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