Sun, Mar 13|
Weaving: Using Poetic Patterns in Long Form Narrative with lisa luxx
In this workshop, participants will learn and practise ‘weaving’ - the technique of sustaining a story in poetry’, this through symbolism, extended metaphor, and rhythmic repetition.
Time & Location
Mar 13, 2022, 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM GMT
HOME, 2 Tony Wilson Pl, Manchester M15 4FN, UK
About the Event
Sustaining a story in poetry involves a technique I call weaving; to lift the world out of narration and into poetics. In this workshop participants will be learning and practising this through symbolism, extended metaphor, and rhythmic repetition. Practising this technique will give you the basic tools for weaving poetry into any long form narrative whether it be page or stage.
lisa luxx is a queer writer, performer, essayist and activist of British Syrian heritage. She writes for freedom, for healing, to mobilise and to inquire.