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Summer Slow Down, Poetry Workshop (4 weeks)
Westport Writers’ Workshop
Henry James wrote, “Art lives upon discussion.” In this workshop, we will practice what poems ask from us: slow down, revel in language and rhythm, and be curious and exploratory. We’ll discuss elements of craft by “walking slowly” through each participant’s work: How does the poem begin? Or, how, as readers, are we invited to enter the poem? And then, how does the poet move from beginning to end?
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Dates: Thursdays, June 29, (off July 6th), July 13, 20, 27
Time: 6-8:30 PM EST
Where: Virtual on Zoom
Past Events and Workshops
April 20, 2023, 6-8PM (In-person)
Intro to Poetry
An intro poetry workshop where you get to play with language: evoke emotions, find connections, and create imagery. Intro to Poetry is a “no pressure” workshop open to ANYONE ages 18+ who wishes to become more engaged in writing. Participants are welcome to bring snacks and beverages (no red wine, please).
Free class! Registration required to attend. Register here.
213 Main St. Graham, NC
April 1-30, 2023
Alamance County Poetry Stroll
More than 60 poets who live in, or have ties to, Alamance County submitted their work for display in our downtowns – Elon, Burlington, Graham, Saxapahaw, and Mebane. Visit the Alamance County Public Library website for more information. [My poem is at Persnickety Books in downtown Burlington.]
April 17, 2023
Interview at Wild Words Podcast
The Poetry of Shame and Forgiveness
I sat down with friend and fellow writer Nicole Gulotta to talk about shame, self-forgiveness, and my writing process. Listen now!