July 6 from 1:00 -3:00 pm The Northeast Poetry Centers College of Poetry will present a poetry workshop to be conducted by Lynn Hoins in the Seligmann Studio, 23 White Oak Drive, Sugar Loaf
Lynn says, We will explore poetry as story. Many poems are narratives, small stories, glimpses into a world, if only for a moment. Biographical and autobiographical poems fall under this category as do confessional poems. Nature poems often tell a story. Looking at a variety of story poems, we will then compose some of our own. What story do you want to tell?
Lynn Hoins poetry has appeared in journals including Earths Daughters, Main Channel Voices, and The Wawayanda Review. She has two chapbooks published by Finishing Line Press: You Were Always Music and Called by Stones. She has conducted several successful poetry workshops for the College of Poetry as well as leading journaling and creativity workshops in other settings.
Her workshop will be followed by Poetry on the Loose at 3:30. For July there will be no featured reader but instead attenders are invited to read a poem or two by other authors.