Friday, October 14, 2011

The Return of Saturday Poetry & A Possible Hands-Up Count
This is a hands-up count to those of you who are interested in attending Term 1 of the fortnightly Saturday Poetry class at the Grove Library in 2012. The library is once again very supportive of OOTA and is requesting a confirmation from me regarding the booking. (Apparently the Flax room is in high demand for 2012!). It would be great to secure our original space – that lovely quiet room with the plush-red chairs!
Once again this class is "drop-in-style, no booking required". Saturday Poetry is suitable for community writers/ OOTA regulars, part-timers and casual attendees. So you can go off on holidays when you choose and we will still be there when you get back!

• Dates: 4th February to 7th July, 2012 (Saturdays & fortnightly thereafter) TBC
• Time: 1.30pm to 3.30 pm.
• Where: The Grove Library, 1 Leake Street, Peppermint Grove.
• Cost: $15 OOTA Members $20 Non-OOTA members.
• Class numbers required: minimum 6 – maximum 10

So here are the questions as a sort of poll to gauge your interest about the class. Please feel free to answer all of the questions or as little as you want.

• Does the time suit you?     Yes / No
• Are you happy with the cost?    Yes / No
• Do you wish to mainly workshop contemporary poetry?  Yes /  No
• Would you like Readings or Workshopping each other’s poems introduced? Yes / No
• What about more of the Classics, Traditional Poets, Traditional Forms? Yes / No
• Other – please feel free to add further comments

You can add your answers in the comments section below or alternatively for privacy & confidentiality you can email me at hagemann.helen@gmail.com

Many thanks for taking the time,
Helen Hagemann

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