Logen Cure teaches us how to use the rich tradition of confessional poetry to take risks and tell our universal truth, while Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam helps us drop our characters into fictional worlds that will suspend disbelief.
Free monthly meetings. Three different spaces to connect with Dallas writers. Seeking constructive feedback on your creative writing in an easygoing workshop environment? Stone Soup is for you.
Poetry competition and public reading. Submissions open March 1-31! 30 words. 30 lines or fewer. 30 winners. Judged by Fatima-Ayan Malika Hirsi, Joe Milazzo, and B Randall.
Sun, March 25: Joe Milazzo leads us through diverse readings and exercises to demystify the various ways in which poets — and poems — create an aesthetic experience via careful, imaginative manipulations of language. Pay what you can ($10 donation suggested. No one turned away for lack of funds.)
“Let a man in a garret but burn with enough intensity, and he will set fire to the world.”
– Antoine de Saint-Exupery
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