Poetry Masterclass with Cahal Dallat

Wednesday 22nd November
Ticket: £20 

A chance to be part of a one-off, limited-numbers online poetry masterclass with poet Cahal Dallat (long-standing reviewer on BBC Radio 4 arts programmes and in TLS, Guardian and literary journals) who runs the popular Between the Lines critical workshop series for Coffee-House Poetry .

Participants, once booked, will submit their poem a week before the online workshop: in the session Cahal will take each poem on-screen in turn giving his detailed critique and opening up group discussion of the poem itself and of his analysis and advice. A real opportunity not just to have your poem explored but to hone your critical approach to poetry in general and to polish your self-editing skills.

*Once you have purchased your ticket, you will be contacted about where to email your work ahead of the masterclass 

About Cahal:
Born in Ballycastle, County Antrim, poet, musician and critic Cahal Dallat lives in London where he is founder/organiser of the WB Yeats Bedford Park Project and a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4’s Saturday Review . Winner of both Strokestown International and Keats-Shelley poetry prizes, he has recently been Charles Causley Centenary Artist-in-Residence at Causley's former Cornwall home, Research Fellow at Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas in Austin, and joint Writer-in-Residence (with Anne-Marie Fyfe) at Lenoir-Rhyne University, North Carolina. Latest collection, Beautiful Lofty Things (Salmon Poetry, Ennistymon, 2022). www.cahaldallat.com