Every poet has their own unique voice. But sometimes they can also vividly take on the voice that comes from another body – a loved one, family member, political leader, cultural icon, figure of history, etc. How do poets manage to do this? Purely through research? Imagination? Empathy?
In this workshop – for emerging and developing poets – we'll explore various kinds of poetry, discuss the techniques and ethics of (auto)biographical writing, think about how the poem on the page is like a body, and we'll start writing new poems.
ALL AGES / ALCOHOL-FREE
$20 (BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL)