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Save £25 On Your Art of Writing Poetry Course

When You Enrol Before 16th October 2016

Poetry is an enriching, enjoyable and highly creative form of writing and there's no better feeling than crafting a wonderful poem that moves people. Fancy having a go?

How we can Help you Write Wonderful Poems

We'll help you find inspiration, develop your work and try out new styles and themes. You’ll be advised on how to polish your poems, whether they're written in free verse or rhyme. You'll have 12 tutor marked assignments to complete, so there's plenty of opportunity to improve your work. And when you've mastered writing the poetry, we'll show you how to showcase your work.

Earning From Your Poetry

Most poets write for the love of it and not for the money. And we're not going to lie to you, it's hard to make poetry pay. However, it's not impossible and you can earn some money from publishing pamphlets, writing poetry for special occasions, entering competitions and giving readings.

Enrol Now and Save £25!

Because we think poetry writing is a wonderful skill to have - it allows you to express your feelings and potentially earn from it - we are offering a special discount of £25 off the course fees up to 16th October 2016. So, if you think you'd like to have a go at writing poetry, don't let this offer slip through your fingers – enrol today and save £25!

Enrol Now and Save £25


View Course Prospectus

Your course shows you:

  • view the world as a poet
  • understand structure, form and meter
  • sell your poems
  • enter competitions
  • prepare for readings

 

Plus you have:

  • 12 tutor-marked assignments
  • 17 information-packed modules
  • help and support from The Writers Bureau's tutors, advisors and student community


Enrol Now and Save £25

Sarah Leavesly"Since starting The Art of Writing Poetry course, I have been published many times under my pen name Sarah James, won competitions and made money."

Sarah Leavesley

 

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British Institute for Learning and Development

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