Join us on Friday, October 30th, for a generative workshop with featured reader Eloisa Amezcua:
How can sound and diction make personal histories and narratives tangible to the reader? In this workshop we will explore our own lexicons, how they're shaped by the world around us, and how to best use them to create emotional texture in our poems.
Space is limited to 20 participants.
The workshop will take place virtually via Zoom with Otter Live Captions. An ASL interpreter will be present. Access copies of workshop materials will be made available via Google Docs.
Register for the virtual workshop by clicking on the "Registration" button on the Eventbrite page, donating any amount you can, and entering the required fields. You will receive an email with the Zoom information.
Suggested donation of $5.
NOTE: If you are unable to donate at this time, simply enter $1.00 as your donation amount (not zero) and click "check out," and then click "pay at the door" as your payment option. Once you have filled out all required fields, you will still be able to register, and you can keep your dollar.
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Eloisa Amezcua is from Arizona. Her debut collection, From the Inside Quietly, is the inaugural winner of the Shelterbelt Poetry Prize selected by Ada Limón. A MacDowell fellow, Eloisa is the founder of Costura Creative. Her second collection of poems, Fighting Is Like a Wife, is forthcoming from Coffee House Press. Find her at www.eloisaamezcua.com or on Twitter at @Eloisa_Amezcua