Globally, we face climate change and ecological collapse. Individually, we want to reconnect with nature. Ecopoetry is a way for us to address these concerns.

  • 30 Jun 2018
  • 12pm - 1pm
  • £10
  • Woodchurch

The Wealden Literary Festival – Ecopoetry Workshop with Chris Poundwhite

Nature Activities

In this workshop, we’ll explore some of the tools, techniques, and approaches that ecopoetry brings to language and the landscapes we live with today. By the end, participants will have started work on their own poems and be informed enough to develop their interest in ecopoetry further.

Chris Poundwhite is a poet concerned with landscape, ecology, and place. He leads workshops and courses on ecopoetics through his business, Go to the Pine, and edits Gull, an occasional zine of minimal ecocentric writing & artwork. His poems have appeared in numerous magazines and journals.
Limited availability. Suitable for all levels. Please bring pen and paper.
LOCATION: The Yurt, Boldshaves Garden, Woodchurch TN26 3RA
If you want to see all the nature activities which the Festival offers, please visit the website.

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