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The Joyful Partnership of Poetry & Memoir Online Workshop

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, July 19, 2016
The Joyful Partnership of Poetry and Memoir Online Workshop
 
Explore the partnership of poetry& memoir, in this special writing workshop with author Megan Willome.
 
Begins August 29, 2016. Limit 10 participants. Sign up by August 22 to avoid a late registration fee.
 
If you’ve ever tried to write your story as a memoir, even a small part of it, you may have run into barriers, the kind that only disappear by taking a side door. What better way to find those side doors and tell the truth slant, than through poetry?
 
Poetry and memoir make great partners. Each can inform the other. Maybe the place where you’re stuck needs to be rendered as a poem instead. Or maybe memoir is the right vehicle, but is best navigated with the narrow focus poetry provides.
 
Because the theme of this workshop is “partners,” we’ll be partnering in a big way. Participants will be paired to partner, reading and discussing selections from Every Day Poems posted while the class is in session.
 
As a group, we’ll partner and read Rita Dove’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Thomas and Beulah, a collection of poems about her grandparents, complete with a chronology, so you can keep track of important events, such as, “1964: Beulah’s daughters invite her to a Fourth of July picnic.”
 
In addition, we’ll read selected chapters from The Joy of Poetry, the tagline of which is “how to keep, save, & make your life with poems.” In short, we will Keep, Save, & Make in this class, using poetry and memoir pieces, to write about our lives.




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The Joyful Partnership of Poetry & Memoir Online Workshop

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, July 19, 2016
The Joyful Partnership of Poetry and Memoir Online Workshop
 
Explore the partnership of poetry& memoir, in this special writing workshop with author Megan Willome.
 
Begins August 29, 2016. Limit 10 participants. Sign up by August 22 to avoid a late registration fee.
 
If you’ve ever tried to write your story as a memoir, even a small part of it, you may have run into barriers, the kind that only disappear by taking a side door. What better way to find those side doors and tell the truth slant, than through poetry?
 
Poetry and memoir make great partners. Each can inform the other. Maybe the place where you’re stuck needs to be rendered as a poem instead. Or maybe memoir is the right vehicle, but is best navigated with the narrow focus poetry provides.
 
Because the theme of this workshop is “partners,” we’ll be partnering in a big way. Participants will be paired to partner, reading and discussing selections from Every Day Poems posted while the class is in session.
 
As a group, we’ll partner and read Rita Dove’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Thomas and Beulah, a collection of poems about her grandparents, complete with a chronology, so you can keep track of important events, such as, “1964: Beulah’s daughters invite her to a Fourth of July picnic.”
 
In addition, we’ll read selected chapters from The Joy of Poetry, the tagline of which is “how to keep, save, & make your life with poems.” In short, we will Keep, Save, & Make in this class, using poetry and memoir pieces, to write about our lives.




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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.
 
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