Revolution with Nikita Gill 5 November


Saturday 5 Nov

10:30am-12:30noon online


Poetry has always been at the forefront of revolution. A poem can hold up a mirror to society and show what is really happening. Poetry can be powerful enough to reveal the truth in a post-truth era.

In this two-hour workshop, you’ll learn how to revolutionise your writing practice, develop fresh approaches and generate new writing.

We’ll examine a wide variety of poets including Gil Scott Heron and Lucile Clifton. We’ll also examine the role of social media and the mechanics of making viral poems during turbulent times.

Join the revolution with Nikita Gill & Write like a Grrrl! No matter whether you’re published or have never written a poem before, you’ll be welcomed and supported.


This is an online workshop & numbers are limited.



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Nikita Gill is an Irish-Indian poet with a world-wide fan-base, who has the attention of 600,000 Instagram followers for poetry collections and plays. Nikita has given a Tedx Talk, spoken at every major literary festival in the U.K., been shortlisted for the Goodreads Choice Award in poetry three times and has recently made her first foray into music having written for Anoushka Shankar’s newest single, ‘Sister Susannah’. She has written six collections of poetry, and a novel in verse which highlights Hindu mythology. Her new YA collection, These are the Words, was published in August.