Bring Out Your Inner Poet at University of Nottingham Malaysia’s Poetry Reading and Writing Workshop

Nurture your inner poet and celebrate Malaysian literature at University of Nottingham Malaysia’s poetry reading and writing workshop, happening on 30 April 2022.

Updated 23 Jun 2022

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Roses are red,

Violets are blue,

If you like poetry,

Then this workshop is for you.

Happening on 30 April 2022, bring out your inner poet with University of Nottingham Malaysia’s poetry reading and writing workshop. Fans of Malaysian literature will also be happy to hear that the workshop will feature In Praise of Limes, a collection of original poems written by notable Malaysian author, Shirley Lim.

Ready to start writing? Here’s what you need to know.

When and where?

Date: 30 April 2022 (Saturday)

Time: 11am – 1:15pm

Venue: The event will take place online. You can register here.

Why should you attend?

  • Discover the power of poetry and how you can harness it for your own writing.
  • Find like-minded individuals and participate in intellectual discussions among fellow poetry lovers
  • For a small fee, you will also get a copy of Shirley Lim’s In Praise of Limes

What you need to know

The poetry reading segment of the workshop and the Q&A afterwards is free for anyone interested in participating.

If you want to join the poetry writing workshop, you will have to pay a small fee of RM70 for alumni or RM100 for the public. The event remains free for current students of University of Nottingham Malaysia. The fee is also inclusive of a copy of the In Praise of Limes book.

Deadline for payment will be on 11 April 2022, Monday before 11:45pm.


Time Agenda
11am - 12pm Poetry reading and Q&A
12:15pm – 1:15pm Poetry writing workshop

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    Dzulfazreena Dzulkefli

    Dzulfazreena Dzulkefli

    Too busy complaining about lemon but I sometimes read.