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How to Write Poems Inspired by Street Art…

This Saturday, 17 June , between 12.30-2pm, local poet and Canterbury Poets Collective committee member Gail Ingram will take a class on writing poetry inspired by street art at the Linwood Arts and Eastside Gallery.
Learn what an apostrophe poem is, a persona poem, and some other tricks of the trade. Whether you be young or old, a keen poetry writer or a beginner, come along for some poetry inspiration and tips.
Suitable for anyone 12 years and up.
Where: Linwood Arts, 388 Worcester St, free parking onsite.
When: Saturday 17 June 12.30-2pm
Cost: $5 casual or $3.50 with a 10-class pass
Bookings are advised as numbers are limited by the space in the room.
Email arts@tewhare.org or phone 981 2881.
Gail Ingram is an award-winning writer from Ōtautahi and author of Some Bird (2023) and Contents Under Pressure (2019). Her poetry and short fiction has appeared widely in journals and anthologies in New Zealand and overseas. She has an MCW (with distinction) from Massey University and teaches at Write On, School for Young Writers. https://www.theseventhletter.nz/

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