Poetry Meetup

Agenda: 1: Get coffee, and maybe a pastry or a sandwich. Soup is good, too. 2: Sit around and trade news and gossip. 3: Get more coffee. 4: Talk about poetry. 5: Get some more coffee. (No, really, we spend most of the time talking about our poetry; yours, too, if you come. Bring enough copies so we can read along with you and make notes -- which you will get back.)
WARNING! Our discussions are free-for-alls and, although we mean no disrespect, sensitive people can be bothered by them until they get used to us.

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  • Judy

    Good crowd, some veterans, some newbies, some returning folks and some regulars, plenty of lively exchange regarding how to make the pretty good poetry even better.

    September 22, 2013

  • Nicholas Howland B.

    I just realized how far away this place is, so I'll be running pretty late. Regardless, I'm excited for my first poetry meetup in the NWM!

    September 21, 2013

    • Nicholas Howland B.

      I also don't have any paper copies of my poems because my printer is out of ink.

      September 21, 2013

  • JoAn H.

    I am the president of the Poetry Society of Tennessee. How often does this meet? Would you be interested in becoming members even though you're in Nashville? I could send you all the specifics.

    September 16, 2013

    • David

      We meet monthly, on the third Saturday of the month. I would love to see details on either joining your branch or starting one in Middle Tennessee.

      1 · September 16, 2013

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