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Mind the gap: Sarah Howe's weekend poetry course on what's left unspoken

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TS Eliot prize winner Sarah Howe will be running a residential weekend course next month aimed at helping poets to think about poetry as “an art of gaps and implication, where what’s left unspoken is often as powerful as the words themselves”. The weekend, aimed primarily at black and Asian writers, will be at Debden House conference centre in Epping Forest, from 9-11 June, and will also offer help with submitting to publications and competitions, and approaching a publisher with greater confidence, in a professional manner. More details





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