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POETRY 101. Exclusive offer! For would-be poets.
April is National Poetry Month. To mark it, CAA Peterborough has sponsored Nan Williamson to lead a four week course that is free to CA Peterborough members and Affiliates who want to explore how poetry works. Over the course of 4 sessions, participants will read the work of established poets, do some in-class writing, and share work in progress. There may be some homework.🙂
Mondays, April 12 to May 3, 1:30 pm – 3:15 pm EST.
Registration is now closed as the course is full.
Nan Williamson is a teacher, artist, and author living in Peterborough. She is a graduate of U of T Honours English Language and Literature and recently the Humber School for Writers, Toronto, 2013. Her chapbook, leave the door open for the moon, was published by Jackson Creek Press in 2015. Always interested in the verbal-visual connection, she plays with shapes, colors, and texture to wed form and content in paint and poetry. More than 50 of her poems have been published in juried literary journals and anthologies in Canada, the US and the UK. She has had 4 poems accepted in the past 3 months. She is also the illustrator for Delicate Impact, a Canadian anthology of poetry, A Beret Days Book, The Ontario Poetry Society, 2018.