Workshop meets over four weeks in August:
Tution Assistance Available!
In Matt Bell’s book Refuse to Be Done: How to Write and Rewrite a Novel in Three Drafts, Bell encourages rewriting instead of revision. The latter aligns itself more with copying and pasting, the former with new efforts, words, strategies, and imaginations. In this four-week poetry workshop, we will generate new work and embrace radical rewriting, exploring every angle, voice, and format of a poem’s potential. The class structure will focus primarily on strategies for generating new work, revision suggestions, and rewriting exercises. The last two classes will be solely devoted to workshopping one another’s work.
Hannah Bonner's poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Asheville Poetry Review, Pigeon Pages, Rattle, Schlag, So to Speak, The LaHave Review, The North Carolina Literary Review, The Pinch Journal, The Vassar Review, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, and Two Peach. Her essays have been featured in Bright Wall/Dark Room, Bustle, The Little Patuxent Review, and VIDA: Women in the Literary Arts. She currently serves as the poetry editor for Brink (https://www.brinkliterary.
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