The best way to be a better writer is to write, read, ask questions, and write some more. Bring copies of an original, unpublished poem to share with our group. We will read twice--two different voices, discuss, ask questions and offer ideas to help you refine and tighten your own work.
- Keep going
It's hard to keep motivated, but banding together with a group of writers who face some of the same writing challenges--or have perspective dealing with them--can help you keep going. Bring copies of an original, unpublished poem for the group to share, and we will read, discuss, and work towards making your poem its best.
- Nip and tuck
Often, adding a word, removing it changing a word, or changing a line break can be the finishing touch to a poem. Bring copies of an original, unpublished poem to share with our group. We will read through twice, ask questions, offer ideas and give you options on fine-tuning your work.
- The Lightbulb Goes On
Do you finish a poem, yet it FEELS unfinished? When you read through, is something not quite right? Come bring copies of your original, unpublished poem and workshop it with other poets working through their "not quite." We will read, discuss, ask questions and offer ideas you may not have considered.
- Just Ask
If you want feedback on poetry--ask a poet! Bring copies of an original, unpublished poem to share with our group of fellow poets. We will ask thoughtful questions and offer useful feedback on usage, rhythm, rhyme and more to help each other in a clear, non-judgmental zone.