Graham Fawcett has lectured or led workshops at literary festivals throughout Britain on reading and writing poetry. A highly entertaining lecturer, writer and educator, he has been a tutor for The Poetry School since 1997, devising and teaching new courses on poetry past and present from around the world. Previous to that he wrote and presented radio programmes about literature and music on BBC Radio 3 for many years.
Graham Fawcett’s talks explore leading poets, their lives, the political and cultural environment in which they wrote and, most of all, their work. The programme is two 45 -minute sessions with an interval.
Enjoy a delicious pre-lecture dinner served by the celebrated and award-winning Café Sladers. Choose a full dinner or just a light snack from our daily menu of seafood, free-range meat and vegetarian/vegan dishes. Let us know if you have special dietary requirements. A wonderful selection of wines, desserts and cheese are here to tempt you.
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We [the audience] were more than happy to stay the course, stunned and astonished in equal measure. Stunned by the breadth and depth of Fawcett’s criticism, astonished at our luck to be living miles from a university yet participating in what, to all intents and purposes, was a post-graduate lecture, presented with immaculate complexity by a master of ceremonies par-excellence.