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Name Words in Progress: Poetry 1-2-3 @ CENTRAL
Start 2017/10/18 at 11:30:00 AM
End 2017/10/18 at 01:30:00 PM
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Registration closed.

Facilitated by Barbara Ungar

This will be a three-part workshop open to seasoned poetry writers (ages 18+). A prompt will be given before the first class, and at the end of each class for the following session. Consider the prompt as a spring-board to dive off from: if it inspires a poem you'd like to workshop, grand. If not, bring in any other poem you would like to work on. 

Please include your email address when you register.  The facilitator will email an assignment to attendees before the first session.  For those without an email address, a copy of the assignment can be picked up at the Central Library's Reference Desk.

Barbara Ungar, a professor of English at The College of Saint Rose, has written books of poetry including "Charlotte Bronte, You Ruined My Life" and "Immortal Medusa."

This workshop was funded by The Friends of SCPL

Description (new)

Registration closed.

Facilitated by Barbara Ungar

This will be a three-part workshop open to seasoned poetry writers (ages 18+). A prompt will be given before the first class, and at the end of each class for the following session. Consider the prompt as a spring-board to dive off from: if it inspires a poem you'd like to workshop, grand. If not, bring in any other poem you would like to work on. 

Please include your email address when you register.  The facilitator will email an assignment to attendees before the first session.  For those without an email address, a copy of the assignment can be picked up at the Central Library's Reference Desk.

Barbara Ungar, a professor of English at The College of Saint Rose, has written books of poetry including "Charlotte Bronte, You Ruined My Life" and "Immortal Medusa."

This workshop was funded by The Friends of SCPL

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Location Central Library, Swanker Board Room
DateTime Stamp 2017/12/16 at 02:01:10 AM
UID 20171216T070110Z@eventkeeper.com


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