So you think you can’t write a poem? Nonsense! We can all agree that everyone can write a terrible poem. In this generative workshop, you will do your best to write the worst poem you possibly can. Bring your clichés, your cheesy rhymes, your bad puns. So what’s good about writing bad poems? Lucky for you, every first draft of a poem is terrible. We will explore strategies for revising those awful poems toward greatness. So for all of you afraid to write a poem, join Logen Cure! Show her your worst and she’ll help you find your best.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Logen Cure is a poet. She is the author of three chapbooks: Still, Letters to Petrarch, and In Keeping. She’s an editor for Voicemail Poems. She teaches English at Tarrant County College. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Learn more at logencure.com.
Tuition: Early Bird $50 (Members only through September 29)
$65 (Members); $110 (Non-members)