Sat, Jul 10 | Zoom

Poetry for Prose Writers

An accessible, friendly workshop to learn the fundamentals of building a poem.
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Poetry for Prose Writers

Time & Location

Jul 10, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM CDT

About the Event

In this accessible, friendly workshop designed for writers of prose, we’ll go through the fundamentals of building a poem. You’ll learn to leap from your literary comfort zone into experiments with fragmentation, lineation, imagery, and more, and you’ll leave this workshop with a bouquet of poetic techniques you can start using right away.

Freesia McKee (she/her) writes poetry, prose, and genres in-between. She’s the essays editor at South Florida Poetry Journal, a regular contributor to the Ploughshares blog, and teaches virtual writing classes to students all over the country from her home in Macomb, Illinois. Freesia’s work has appeared in Flyway, Bone Bouquet, So to Speak, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, Painted Bride Quarterly, CALYX, About Place Journal, and the Ms. Magazine Blog. Her poetry chapbook How Distant the City was published by Headmistress Press. Freesia welcomes you to connect with her at or through Twitter at @freesiamckee.

After you register, you will receive an "admission ticket" with the zoom link information on it.

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