Poetry Workshop

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All are welcome to participate! Be sure to read and make comments in advance on the three poems to be workshopped.

1) If anyone took the take-home challenge from the last workshop, we'll share those pieces and briefly discuss them.
2) Three participants will each have a poem workshopped by the group.
3) We'll spend some time looking at examples of erasure poetry (creating a poem by deleting, painting over, crossing out or otherwise removing certain words or letters from a pre-existing text).

Voluntary take-home challenge:
Create an erasure poem. Intriguing texts will be provided, or you can find (or make!) your own.

Reading materials can be found here (http://burlingtonwritersworkshop.com/files/).

Want to submit a request to have your work discussed or find out which writers are up for discussion at this workshop? Check our schedule (http://burlingtonwritersworkshop.com/burlington/).

New to the workshop? Read this guide (http://burlingtonwritersworkshop.com/how-to-participate/).

Want to give good feedback? Read this article (http://burlingtonwritersworkshop.com/2014/08/08/on-giving-feedback/).

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Leader: Elisabeth Blair