From the Corner of my Eye: Poetry and the “Infra-ordinary”
15 July @ 18:30 - 20:30
As writers, we’re constantly looking to the unusual, peculiar, and extraordinary to inspire our writing.
But what about the “infra-ordinary”? The details, movements, and rhythms of the everyday. How can we use the bits in between to create new poetry?
This July, writer and performer Lytisha Tunbridge joins us for a journey to the nearby. Throughout this 2-hour session, Lytisha will be exploring the “infra-ordinary”, the details of life, and how we can apply this concept to our own poetry through short writing exercises, discussion, and feedback.
During the session, you will…
- Complete some short exercises to take away
- Discover more about the concept of the infra-ordinary
- Think about how you apply it to your own writing
- Enjoy an afternoon of writerly fun
About Lytisha Tunbridge
Lytisha is a writer, performer and workshop leader with an MA in Creative Writing. She produces events as Poetry Aloud presents: at festivals including Stuff of Life, Nottingham Poetry Festival, Exile Music Festival.
In 2019 ‘A Backpack on his Backpack’ was published by Poetry Aloud. In 2017 ‘Every Last Biscuit’ was published by Green Feather Books. Lytisha has written for theatre and various anthologies.
Editor of World Jam Anthology & Black Balloon, she is a member of DIY Poets and World Jam, Nottingham’s global poetry and music collective.
She has performed internationally including: Edinburgh Fringe, Isolation Festival 2020, and Inspire Poetry Festival. At Speakeasy, Brussels; Poetry Live, Auckland; and Inside Out, Ponsonby, New Zealand.
Find out more:
This workshop will be delivered online via Zoom. Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing service you can use to virtually meet with others – either by video or audio-only or both. A user manual containing access instructions and a link will be sent out to you before the workshop. You will need an internet connection, and a computer with either a built-in camera or webcam, and a built-in microphone/speaker.
Book your place
Tickets cost £12 for NWS members and £15 for general admission. Book your place, or to find out more about joining NWS, head to our membership page.