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Glyn Wright is a poet whose work is featured in Three Contemporary Poets published by Hodder and Stoughton in 1997 as part of a new course of language and literature covering all National Curriculum requirements for GCSE and Standard Grade.

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Workshops and readings

Glyn has given readings and performances at venues all over the country, and has appeared at many literature festivals. In Autumn 1999 he was Writer in Residence for one month for the Aldeburgh Poetry Festival in Suffolk.

He has led workshops in schools and community venues of all kinds.
He acted as one of the mentors on the Writers' Attachment Scheme in 1999.

Glyn's workshops are often based around rhythm, which can enable children to connect poetry with their own musical culture. Group and individual pieces are written in parallel, and where time allows these are woven together with the help of musical instruments, using sounds and rhythms created by the children themselves.

"Finished products were excellent and the children were inspired.
Glyn has high expectations of even the less able pupils."

Cowley High School

"You have taught me some new tricks to add to my repertoire.
Your influence will go far beyond the classes you saw."
Ixworth Middle School

For details contact
The Windows Project > 1-27 Bridport Street, Liverpool L3 5QF , England

Please contact the Project first on 0771 0644 325 or email to check details etc.

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