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Summoning The Magic From Your Poetry & Photography Manuscript

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The Tiny Cupboard

1717 Broadway Brooklyn

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Brooklyn, NY 11207

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Let's talk about putting together a book of poetry and photography! Learn from a published author/artist and bring materials to workshop.

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Do you think your poems and photographs have a power, language, and magic of their own? Maybe they have just the right energy to pair well in a book of poetry and photography. In this intimate workshop, meet author/artist Christine Sloan Stoddard, and go through exercises to help you see the strengths in your work. Together, we will look at sample poetry and photography work, including Christine's and some of her favorite picks from other author/artists. We will also workshop each other's manuscripts and offer generous (think radically kind!) feedback. Bring your materials to share and review as a group. Let's get this poetry-photography party started!

About the Workshop Leader:

Christine Sloan Stoddard is a writer, artist, performer, and the founder of Quail Bell Magazine. She has shared her films, paintings, poetry, performances, and more with Ms. Magazine, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Queens Museum, Bustle, FiveMyles Gallery, Cosmopolitan, the Poe Museum, and other organizations. Her latest books are Belladonna Magic: Spells in the Form of Poetry & Photography (Shanti Arts) and Desert Fox by the Sea (Hoot 'n' Waddle). Her book, Water for the Cactus Woman (Spuyten Duyvil), was recognized by the Poetry Foundation and won a prize from The City College of New York-CUNY.

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