Would you like to learn new writing skills and develop your poetic voice?
We're partnering with RAMM to offer a unique writer's workshop with Louisa Adjoa-Parker, using museum objects from the World Cultures gallery at RAMM as inspiration.
Louisa Adjoa-Parker is a writer of English-Ghanaian heritage who lives in South West England. Her first poetry collection, Salt-sweat and Tears, and pamphlet were published by Cinnamon Press, and her third poetry collection, How to wear a skin, was published by Indigo Dreams, and her debut short story collection, Stay with me, was published by Colenso Books in 2020
Louisa’s poetry and prose has been widely published. She has been highly commended by the Forward Prize; twice shortlisted by the Bridport Prize; and her grief poem, Kindness, was commended by the National Poetry Competition 2019.
The workshop is part of a wider project with The Museum of Colour. It's is limited to 12 people, and takes place, at RAMM from 11.30 - 2.30pm. It's free to join, email firstname.lastname@example.org for a spot.