Join award-winning poet, playwright and author, Joelle Taylor, for a supportive and welcoming poetry workshop for young people aged 12-19.

Whether you’re new to the art form and are interested in tips and tricks to get started, or an experienced writer looking to develop your work, Joelle will offer advice and inspiration to help you build confidence and get writing.

Due to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak this month’s workshop will take place online via Zoom. To take part you will require:

  • Access to the internet
  • A computer or smartphone

Click ‘Book Now’ to complete the registration form and receive an email with participation instructions. 

About The Poet

Joelle Taylor

Joelle Taylor is an award-winning poet, playwright, author and editor. She is widely anthologised, the author of 3 full poetry collections, the most recent being Songs My Enemy Taught Me, and 3 plays and is currently completing her debut book of short stories The Night Alphabet. Joelle founded SLAMbassadors in 2001 and is the host and co-curator of Out-Spoken, the UK’s Centre’s premier poetry and music club, currently resident at the Southbank Centre Purcell Room.