Poetry Workshop

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Instructor: Hollie Hardy

In this 6-week workshop you will find inspiration, play, experiment with new forms and generative exercises, explore the craft of poetry, create and edit new work, and share and receive feedback, support, and encouragement.

This class is open to all levels of writers and all styles of poetry. Whether you’re already a published poet or a you’ve never written a poem, this is an opportunity to establish, re-establish, or deepen your writing practice, find your way onto the page, learn new techniques and forms, and connect to a thriving local writing community.

 


 

Hollie HardyHollie Hardy

Hollie Hardy can teach you how to survive anything. Her first collection of poetry, How to Take a Bullet, And Other Survival Poems has titles ruthlessly appropriated from The Worst Case Scenario Survival Handbook, and is available now from Punk Hostage Press (2014). She is an English instructor at Berkeley City College and seasonal lecturer at San Francisco State University, where she also received her Masters of Fine Arts in Poetry. An active participant in the local Bay Area literary scene, Hardy co-hosts the popular monthly reading series, Saturday Night Special, An East Bay Open Mic. She is a core producer and venue coordinator for the Beast Crawl Literary Festival in Oakland, curator of Litquake’s Flight of Poets, and a former Editor-in-Chief of Fourteen Hills: The SFSU Review.

Poetry Workshop

FALL WORKSHOP:

Thursdays * 6 sessions
September 14-October 19, 2017 * 6:00-9:00pm
Wework Golden Gate * 25 Taylor St. * San Francisco*
Cost: $375
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