The poetry workshop with George Ttoouli is an introduction to sound poetry and the patterns underpinning how we ‘hear’ the sense of a poem. Language will be stripped back to its barest components and rebuilt unit by unit until you cannot even say ‘dog’ without feeling the word defamiliarising on your tongue!
George Ttoouli is an Honorary Teaching Fellow for the Warwick Writing Programme, and a freelance writer and editor. He has variously been a publisher, festival organiser, and education projects manager. His debut poetry collection Static Exile (2009) received excellent reviews. Don’t miss this opportunity to attend one of his unique workshops!
Place: St Anne’s College
Date: 15 January 2013
Time: 4 – 6 pm. (Join George at the pub afterwards for a spot of socialising!)
Fee: 2 pounds (members); 3 pounds (non-members)
Register your interest ASAP at Eleni.Philippou@new.ox.ac.uk.