This is a live, interactive workshop. Click here to join the workshop: https://zoom.us/j/97243328471?pwd=RERZOGE0bzZ0dG5BamRITXZueGViUT09
Explore the pleasure and nuance of reading poetry aloud in this workshop.
How do form and punctuation create a road map for the breath to follow? Be prepared to read a few lines, and to write some, too.
Irene Cooper is the author of Committal
, a speculative spy-fy novel about family (Vegetarian Alcoholic Press, 2020) & spare change: poems
(FLP, 2021). In 2020, she co-edited, with Ellen Santasiero, Placed: An Encyclopedia of Central Oregon, an anthology of Central Oregon writing
. Poems, stories & reviews appear in Denver Quarterly
, The Feminist Wire
, The Manifest-Station
, The Rumpus
, & elsewhere. Irene co-founded The Stay Project
, co-facilitates Blank Pages Workshops, teaches in community, & lives with her people & a corgi in Oregon. Find her at www.irenecooperwrites.com