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Creating Short Poems (virtual classroom)

Writing short poems is often tougher than writing long poems because poets spend more time on word choice and clarity. Join J.L. Wright for an exploration of some of the short poem forms--we will read examples, analyze them, and move what we learn into our own writing. You'll leave with at least three first draft short poems. J.L. Wright's publications include her books, Unadoptable Joy: A memoir in poetry and prose and Homeless Joy: An expose in poetry and prose. She received her first Sue C. Boynton award in 2020. Her poems have published on four continents.

Code:21S8117059JA
Dates:May 15, 2021 Check for other dates
Meets:Sa : 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Hours:1.50
Location:Zoom Classroom 1
Instructor:J.L. Wright
Fee:$25 FeeBreakdown
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