National Poetry Day: Lunchtime Workshop with Rachel Long

Thu
28th September 2017 12:30
St Pancras International Station
Euston Road
‘What does freedom look like, sound like, taste like? Using our senses, train stories and escape routes we'll write our way to a further understanding of our individual and collective freedom(s).’

Join Poet in the City outside Hatchards in bustling St. Pancras International station for a very different sort of lunch break this National Poetry Day. Immerse yourself in the world of freedom, exploration and travel with a poetry workshop led by Rachel Long.

Rachel Long is a poet, curator and facilitator. She was awarded a Jerwood/Arvon Mentorship in 2015. Her poems have featured in Magma, The London Magazine and The Honest Ulsterman. She Assistant Tutor on the Barbican Young Poets programme, and is the leader of Octavia – poetry collective for women of colour at Southbank Centre, London.

Please note spaces are limited.
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