New Workshop: Let’s Write Poetry in Walpole, MA This Fall!

Happy Wednesday, everyone! I have some exciting news for you today: I’m officially hosting my first poetry workshops this fall!

This September and October, I’m hosting Let’s Write Poetry!, a 4-week poetry workshop series at SheBreathes Balance & Wellness Studio in Walpole, Massachusetts. These workshops are designed to inspire and energize you to write new poems, learn new techniques, and see your work in a new light. So whether you’re a practicing poet who’s looking to deepen your craft or a newbie who’s been meaning to try poetry for a while, this workshop offers something for any and all who are interested.

Each class will include craft talks, a close study of published poems, writing exercises, and sharing the previous week’s work for feedback. So we won’t just do prompts on specific topics. Rather, we’ll cover different tips and tricks that you can use to strengthen and expand your poetry-writing skills.

So when are the workshops happening? Here are the dates and times:

Wednesday, September 18
Thursday, September 26
Wednesday, October 2
Thursday, October 10
6:30 to 8:00 p.m. on all nights

If you’re interested, you can register for individual workshops – or you can sign up for all four at a discounted rate!

Don’t wait too long. Sign up here to reserve your spot! You can also check out the event on Facebook. And of course, if you know anyone in the Greater Boston area who might be interested in taking these workshops, feel free to let them know about it!

4 thoughts on “New Workshop: Let’s Write Poetry in Walpole, MA This Fall!

    • Awwwww, thank you, Tori. 🙂 You’re more than welcome to help promote it, especially as the workshop dates get closer. You never know if you might have a Massachusetts-area poet following you on Twitter! XD


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