Celebrate National Poetry Month with A Poem in your Pocket--You say you've never written a poem? By the end of this session, you'll have created your first poem! You say you're an experienced poet? By the end of this session, you'll have a whole new poem to share... and have celebrated national poetry month with fellow poetry lovers! Why not come create a poem to tuck in your pocket... so much more fun than loose change, old paperclips and used tissues!
This will be led by Grace Curtis, whose chapbook, The Surly Bonds of Earth was selected by Stephen Dunn as the 2010 winner of the Lettre Sauvage chapbook contest. Her first full length collection, The Shape of a Box will be out in May from Dos Madres Press. Grace’s work has been nominated for a Push Cart award and has appeared in such journals as Baltimore Review, Waccamaw Literary Journal, Scythe, Reprint Poetry, and Phoebe Journal. When she’s not writing, she works for The Antioch Review. Her website is www.n2poetry.com.
Join Grace Curtis to learn more about writing poems at Books & Co at The Green on April 13 from 2:00 to 3:30 PM. No reservations are required for the Second Sunday Free Writers' Workshop, but expressed intention to attend is appreciated. Call Books & Co at The Greene at 937- 429-6302.
For more information about Antioch Writers' Workshop or the Second Sunday Free Writers' Workshop, visit http://www.antiochwritersworkshop.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Antioch Writers' Workshop will be held July 12-18, 2014 in partnership with Antioch University Midwest and with support from the Yellow Springs Community Foundation; Ohio Arts Council; The Frank Pace, Jr. Foundation; and WYSO (media sponsor).