Join R. M. Francis, the Poet in Residence for the Black Country Geological Society, for this walking poetry workshop at Bantock House. You will be led around this important Black Country Geosite, using the region's geological heritage and earth sciences to think about new ways of approaching place writing.
R. M. Francis is a lecturer in Creative and Professional Writing at the University of Wolverhampton where he completed his PhD. He's the author of five poetry pamphlet collections. His novel, Bella, was published by Wild Pressed Books, and Smokestack Books published his poetry collection, Subsidence, in December 2020. In 2019 he was the David Bradshaw Writer in Residence at the University of Oxford and is currently Poet in Residence for the Black Country Geological Society.
Performer: R. M. Francis
Date: Postponed until government regulations change
Price: Free (limted to six per booking)