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Monday Night Poetry Workshop with Kerrin McCadden

  • Burlington Writers Workshop

    110 Main St Suite 3C, Burlington, VT (map)

    44.476162 -73.214920

  • Join award-winning poet Kerrin McCadden for a discussion of poetry by BWW members. We’ll focus on specific elements of the craft and give honest responses to the work. All skill levels are welcome. Respect for each other is a must.

    Kerrin McCadden is the author of Landscape with Plywood Silhouettes, winner of the 2013 New Issues Poetry Prize, judged by David St. John. A 2013 National Endowment for the Arts Fellow in Poetry, she was also awarded a 2013 Sustainable Arts Foundation Writing Award, as well as support from The Vermont Arts Endowment Fund and The Vermont Studio Center. Her poems have appeared in Best American Poetry, The Academy of American Poets’ Poem-a-Day series, Verse DailyAmerican Poetry ReviewRattleGreen Mountains Review, Hayden’s Ferry ReviewPoet Lore and elsewhere. She holds an MFA from The Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College and lives in Plainfield, Vermont.

    For this workshop, you’ll need to read poems posted by group members in the “Files” section of Meetup.com. Please note that some members choose to make their files available only to members of the BWW Meetup group. You must be logged into Meetup to view these files. If you search for a file and do not see it in the list, please check to be sure you are logged in.

    If youre new to the BWW, please read this guide on how our process works. If you skip it, you will not be well-prepared for the workshop, and you won’t get the most out of your experience. Please also consider reading this article on how to give feedback.

    You can find out which writers are submitting work for discussion at this meeting—or submit a request to have your work discussed—here.

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    BWW host: Martin Bock

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  • Martin B.

    Sorry for the inconvenience. I have reposted my poems for this workshop in .pdf format - Same poems and formatting, sans notebook lines.

    4 days ago

  • Martin B.

    My poems for this workshop are in an msword doc that I saved in Print Layout View - the standard that we all use. However, I just discovered that the file reverts to Notebook Layout View. This just means that it appears as if on lined, notebook paper - same formatting, etc - just with lines. To get rid of the lines, I will convert the same doc to .PDF and repost it as soon as I can. People familiar with msword can convert to Print Layout View, at the bottom left corner of each page.

    4 days ago

  • Martin B.

    My poems for this workshop are posted to the files.
    Thanks for reading and comments.

    4 days ago

  • Wendy A.

    I unexpectedly have to be out of town. Sorry to miss this workshop with Kerrin McCadden.

    November 16

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  • Martin B.
    BWW Workshop Leader, Co-Organizer,
    Event Host

    As author, sculptor, healer, I was always on the hunt for that most successful fugitive from the... more

  • Robin Z.

    Freelance writer for digital magazines including xoJane and The Tempest. Occasional poet and... more

  • Jimmy T.

    Been in VT for nearly nine years. Got here as fast as I could. When I write [or rather... more

  • Barbara A.
    Assistant Organizer

    I am a 65 year old retired woman who has read sci fi and fantasy for years and never thought I... more

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  • Carol A.

    I have been a nurse for 20 plus years. I raised 3 children and now have 4 grandchildren.­ My... more

  • Candelin W.

    I've been a commercial writer for years, now turning my energy to creative writing. Happily... more

  • Wendy A.
    BWW Board Member, Creative Nonfiction Workshop Leader, Assistant Organizer

    Main career: newspaper reporter/photo­g, editor, columnist, editorialist. Also wrote for... more

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