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One-Day Zoom Poetry Workshop: Writing Poems About the Pandemic, October 18, 2020
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One-Day Zoom Poetry Workshop: Writing Poems About the Pandemic, October 18, 2020


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Sunday, October 18, 2020

Live Workshop Via Zoom at 3:00PM CST

+Live Workshop of Your Poetry

What is the role of science in poetry? These days it seems scientific inspiration abounds for writing material. But how do we best make use of science in poetics especially when writing about the pandemic?

In this workshop, you'll bring one poem to have cold workshopped by the group. This three-hour workshop is perfect for poets who have been writing about the pandemic and/or found their material altered during the various stages of lockdown and social isolation.

During the workshop we'll look at several published poems in an attempt to establish a better understanding of our own “pandemic” writing. The rest of the workshop will be devoted to focusing on your writing and peer feedback/critique. 

NOTE: After you register for the workshop, you'll be prompted via email to send a poem to the instructor, Justin Balog, who will read it ahead of the workshop. Come prepared for an interactive class where we'll discuss your work and the work of your peers.

  • Justin Balog | Live via Zoom
  • October 18, 2020 | 3:00PM - 6:00 PM CST
  • Workshop is fully ONLINE and meets via Zoom
Instructor Justin Balog is a writer and arts administrator from Beach Park, IL. He holds a B.S. in Biology from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. He is a recent graduate of the University of Michigan’s Helen Zell Writers’ Program with his MFA in Poetry. He has received fellowships from the Vermont Studio Center and the University of Michigan. He currently serves as an Assistant Editor at Michigan Quarterly Review. He was work forthcoming from Ploughshares and Narrative Magazine. In addition to his writing, he has also managed arts programs at the University of Michigan and the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

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