Bridging The Gulf: Locating Poetry In Fiction, Fiction In Poetry

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Whole Foods Market Louisville says
Using fast-paced and generative writing prompts, this workshop aims to deconstruct the rigid distinction between poetry and fiction—and, to that effect, creative nonfiction—by helping participants to recognize the transferability of their writing skills. In addition, due to the generative nature of the class, participants will leave this workshop with the beginning of one new poem and/or story. Writers of all levels are welcome and, indeed, encouraged.

Workshop by John James.

$15 to attend. All proceeds benefit the Whole Planet Foundation, a nonprofit that supports micro-loan programs in the United States and developing countries.

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John James is the author of Chthonic, winner of the 2014 CutBank Chapbook Prize. His poems and essays appear in Boston Review, The Kenyon Review, Gulf Coast, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Massachusetts Review, Best New Poets 2013, and elsewhere. He holds an M.F.A. in poetry from Columbia University, where he received an Academy of American Poets Prize. He serves as an Assistant Editor at Phantom Limb Press and teaches in the English Department at Bellarmine University.
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