National Poetry Month: Write 30 Poems in 30 Days 4-Week Online Workshop, Starts Saturday, April 1st, 2023
Class Starts Saturday, April 1st, 2023
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Celebrate and energize your writing practice during National Poetry Month with a 30-day poetry-writing adventure led by Sarah Carson, whose poetry has appeared in Diagram, Guernica, The Missouri Review, and more. Sarah is the author of three full-length poetry collections, including How to Baptize a Child in Flint, Michigan.
Each day we will celebrate poetry by reading and writing in a different poetic form. By the end of the month, you’ll have 30 new drafts and an appreciation for poetry’s many styles and iterations.
If a poem a day sounds overwhelming, don’t worry. Each day’s prompts will be short. Our goal will be to generate rough drafts. Messy, imaginative, care-free work is encouraged.
In this fully online, asynchronous course, students can share work with peers and be encouraged in their poetry journey. In addition to the chance to share work for feedback with peers, students will get one, dedicated critique of a poem of their choosing at the end of the course. The goal will be to leave the course with lots of new drafts-in-progress and some directions to keep revising once the course is complete!
Lots of new writing.
A deeper sense of your writing and unique gifts as a writer.
New friends who are on the same journey.
A feeling of creative playfulness and possibility.
You can pay for the course in full or use Shop Pay or Affirm to pay over time with equal Monthly Payments. Both options are available at checkout.
ONLINE COURSE STRUCTURE:
This class is entirely asynchronous which means you complete the weekly assignments on your own schedule. There are no set meeting times in order to allow for greater participation; your cohort will consist of writers from across different time zones, which allows for a wonderful diversity of voices.
Along with your weekly deadlines there is plenty of interaction with Sarah and your peers within Wet Ink, our dedicated online classroom. Craft materials, lectures, reading assignments, and writing prompts are all available through the online classroom. Students also post work and provide and receive feedback within the online classroom environment.
You can get the work done as you see fit week-to-week, so it is perfect for any schedule. Each week, discussion questions are inspired by the assigned readings and topics in the lecture notes. Students are encouraged to take these wherever is most compelling and/or useful for them. Sarah engages with these discussions throughout the week and you will receive feedback from all assigned writing activities.
HOW DOES WET INK WORK?
Wet Ink was built and designed specifically for online writing classes. Wet Ink is private, easy to use, and very interactive. You can learn more about the Wet Ink platform by Watching a Class Demo.
Instructor: Sarah Carson
Starts April 1st, 2023
Course is fully ONLINE; students can work according to their own schedule within weekly deadlines. Once you have enrolled the instructor will send you a link to our online classroom, provided via Wet Ink.
Instructor Sarah Carson's poetry and other writing has appeared in Diagram, Guernica, The Missouri Review, Nashville Review, and Waxwing, among others. She is the author of three full-length collections of poetry, including How to Baptize a Child in Flint, Michigan, forthcoming from Persea Books in November 2022. Read more of her work at stuffsarahwrote.com.