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One-On-One Sessions With Anthony Anaxagorou 

Sign up for exclusive one-on-one sessions with our Writer On The Bloc, Anthony Anaxagorou. In these free bookable sessions you’ll be able to get feedback on some of your work, discuss creative ideas and strategies with Yvonne and get some valuable one-on-one guidance from an award-winning writer.

Submission Guidelines

Anthony will be reading two poems from each person. Please don’t sent anything other than poetry.
Please send work in either Word or PDF format and have your work ready to send as soon as possible. Instructions will be sent to you on completion of your Eventbrite order. If you're unable to send your work to us by 3pm the day BEFORE your allotted session, you may be asked to reschedule if other slots are available, or may lose out if no other slots are available. Sessions are first come, first served and you may sign up only once for a One-on-One per writer.
This workshop will take place on Zoom – you will be sent download instructions and the Meeting ID on completion of your ticket order.
Anthony Anaxagorou is a British-born Cypriot poet, fiction writer, essayist, publisher and poetry educator. His second collection After the Formalities published with Penned in the Margins is a Poetry Book Society recommendation. It was selected as one of The Telegraph’s and The Guardian’s best poetry books of 2019 and shortlisted for the 2019 T.S Eliot Prize. Anthony is also artistic director of Out-Spoken, a monthly poetry and music event held at London’s Southbank Centre, and is founder of Out-Spoken Press, an independent publisher of poetry and critical writing that aims to challenge the lack of diversity in British publishing. He has toured extensively throughout Europe and Australia and his work has been studied in universities, schools and colleges across Europe and the USA.

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This has been made possible with support from The National Lottery Reaching Communities Fund, Liverpool City Region Covid-19 Emergency Funding and The Steve Morgan Foundation.