Tell Me Something Good: zoom poetry workshop, Nov. 3, 1-3PM CST

How to Poems

Join me as I facilitate this two hour zoom workshop in which we’ll stretch our writing muscles to write a “how-to” poem.

Use story, metaphor, or humor to elucidate the “how-to’s” of living. Whether it is a recipe or a list of do’s and don’ts; an extended metaphor or a simple life story; a thing you know very well or a mystery, writing will take you and your reader deep into the well of understanding. Join us for some writing fun as we craft poems that may tell “how to” be a grandmother, catch crickets, count stars, or be happy. What will we discover? Wouldn’t you like to know?

from the workshop blurb

Workshops include a writing warm-up, a look at other published writing samples, brief discussion, pointers, prompts, writing time, sharing and soft feedback. Here’s your chance to meet other writers/poets and have some fun, too!

No matter what your experience level, you are welcome. Even experienced, published poets benefit from a new perspective. I’ll bring that. You bring the talent!

This poem speak workshop series is being sponsored by the Dripping Springs (Texas) Public Library and continues through December, 2021. The workshops are free but participants are limited to ten and registration is required.

And, for the November 3rd workshop, there are only four seats left, so register now!

Register here.

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