WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2019 – 6:00PM TO 8:00PM
What keeps us engaged? What drives us down the page to the end of the poem? We will explore “speed” or “momentum,” by analyzing poems that keep our attention. But also, we will explore how as writers, we can be engaged with our surrounding world, to the point that we must do something about it. We will look at poems that have been a “call to arms” of sorts. To inspire our creativity, we will look at the current headlines to draw poetry from the media. This workshop will be half generative and half revision.
University of Arizona: Poetry Center, Room 205, 1508 E. Helen St., Tucson
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