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Themed Poetry Workshop

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Generative poetry writing workshop on Zoom

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Poets and Muses and District 4 Poetry bring you the Pan Poetry Project series of themed generative writing workshops. Join us every other Saturday from 2-3pm EST via Zoom.

Subscribe to the Poets and Muses weekly newsletter (sent out on Sundays) to receive the theme of the week, which will be explored during the following Saturday's workshop.

Those who generate poems during Saturdays' workshop can send a portion (demonstrating the theme) to Poets and Muses's Instagram in order to participate in the following Saturday's open mic.

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Please note that the free and half-priced tickets are for those who otherwise cannot access writing workshops. If you hold one of those tickets and cannot attend for any reason, please cancel your order in a timely manner, so others can have access to the workshops. Those who hold free and half-priced tickets but do not show up or cancel on the day of the event more than twice will be banned from obtaining those tickets in the future.

The writing workshops will be facilitated alternately by Imogen Arate (Poets and Muses) and D. Jose Ayala (District 4 Poetry).

Imogen Arate is an award-winning Asian-American poet and writer and the Executive Producer and Host of Poets and Muses, an award-winning weekly poetry podcast. She has written in four languages and published in two. Her works have been featured in journals on three continents.

D. Jose Ayala is a chicano writer who strives to support community building through literature. He can be found hosting District 4 Poetry open mic every third Thursday. He initiated a creative writing club at Gateway Community College and volunteered with Bonny Books, a family-run bookstore that operated out of Arizona’s East Valley region. His prose poem was included in Anna Vera’s A Short Story Collection and he was featured in the award-winning podcast, Poets and Muses. He’s currently revising his first completed fantasy novel. He likes cats, punk and metal music, poetry, and speculative fiction.

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