Are you having trouble finding your poetic voice? Join Amber D. Tran as she hosts a FREE writing workshop to assist you in discovering your craft. Amber will teach an interactive course that explores some of the most common elements of poetry, including voice, the importance of the line, language, format, and much more. Together you will read a collection of appreciated works from E. E. Cummings, Robert Hass, Emily Dickinson, and Jim Harms, to assist with discovering your poetic voice. The workshop will conclude with a few writing exercises where you will test your own craft and share your work with the class. An intimate, helpful environment is the key to understanding your own style. The goal for you is to leave this workshop knowing your poetic voice and sharing it with a new breed of readers.
Amber D. Tran is a graduate of West Virginia University, where she studied creative writing and was mentored by Kevin Oderman and Mary Ann Samyn. Her debut novel, Moon River, was released in September. Her works have been featured in Calliope, Spry Literary Journal, Cheat River Review, and Sonic Boom Journal. She has work forthcoming in The Stray Branch, Blue Stoat, and the anthology titled This Bridge Called Language.
Seats are limited. To reserve your seat for the poetry workshop, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.