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World in a Line Poetry Writing Workshop ~ Grow Your Poetry

GROW your POETRY in a supportive writers' group

By Jennifer Mills Kerr

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, June 3 · 10 - 11am PDT



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About this event

  • 1 hour
  • Mobile eTicket

Grow your poetry in a supportive writers' group. This monthly workshop will be both rigorous and nurturing, providing you with the perfect forum to develop creativity, craft & community. All levels are welcome.

Your registration includes four workshops on the following Saturdays:

June 3 ~ June 10 ~ June 17 ~ June 24

Class size limited to six poets.

This poetry workshop is for you if you are:

~ready to dive deeper into poetry

~interested in supportive feedback

~eager to to create a regular writing practice

~desire to connect with other poets

~want your poems to make a greater impact

In this poetry workshop, you'll be:

~generating new work through free writes

~learning about poetic styles & how and why they work

~opening your poems into further invention

~receiving professional & supportive feedback

~revising your poems to invite surprise and mastery

By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:

~revise your poems with greater confidence

~provide meaningful critique to others’ poems

~identify a range of poetic approaches & styles

~write poems using different voices and forms

Your payment of $100 is for all four workshops. You will be asked to register through Zoom.

*If after the first class, you're not satisfied, I offer a full refund.*

For further info, see video & course outline.

Questions? Contact me.

Course Outline

Day 1 ~ Introduction to Course

logistics: wet ink ~ assignments ~ contact information

lecture & discussion: how to edit a poem ~ practice through close reading

generative writing

assignment #1 ~ submit by next class

Day 2 ~ Feedback

critique, discussion, questions

assignment #2 ~ submit by next class

generative writing (if extra time)

Day 3 ~ Feedback

critique, discussion, questions

assignment #3 ~ submit by next class

generative writing (if extra time)

Day 4 ~ Feedback & Close

critique, discussion, questions

assignment #4 ~ submit on Wet Ink

follow-up survey for participants

About the organizer

Organized by
Jennifer Mills Kerr

My workshops inspire writers and enlighten readers in the art of fiction and poetry. Whether you're an emerging writer, an enthusiastic creative, or a book lover, these workshops foster authentic self-expression and greater knowledge about literature & the creative process. Enthusiasm is the only prerequisite.