This is a phenomenal opportunity to spend a few hours writing with Keith Flynn and other area writers. Join us for an afternoon of ideas and rhythms to jumpstart the creative process.
Sunday, June 2, 2013, 2:00-5:00pm, Kathleen Clay Edwards Branch of the Greensboro Public Library
Cost $25 | Register at Eventbrite here.
The photographer, Cartier-Bresson, believed that his lens had to be aimed at the decisive moment, when the photograph was willing to surrender, or when the confluence of events was at its apex. Most professional writers can’t wait for inspiration to strike, or for the abiding image or core theme of the work to emerge.
We’ll use writing exercises designed to spark the imagination and talk about making your work more musical, muscular, and dynamic. Bring a poem to discuss with the group if you like — and you have a chance for publication in The Asheville Poetry Review.
How great is that?
Sponsored by Women Writers of the Triad and open to the public.
Keith is founder and editor of The Asheville Poetry Review and a tremendous speaker and teacher. His last workshop in Cary got lots of positive response and we are thrilled to have him join us in the Triad!
And don’t forget — you have the opportunity to meet Keith the night before at Tate Street Coffeehouse. Join us as Keith reads from his latest collection, Colony Collapse Disorder. Open mic to follow!