The Poet’s Toolkit Part 3: Sense – Kate Gray

During poetry month, honor your tender and fierce heart. Add tools to your poetry toolkit. You’ll start with sound, how your words can change your reader’s body. No experience necessary. You’ll write and share in a tremendously safe environment, using the Gateless Method. This workshop will give you practical ways to distinguish this writing form from others, practice in applying the tool, and the light to show you how brilliantly you shine.

Part 1 of 3: Sound (Monday, April 15th, 6-8pm)

Part 2 of 3: Shape (Tuesday, April 23, 6-8pm)

Part 3 of 3: Sense

All sessions will be held in the loft at Another Read Through. Register for each part a la carte, or for all three at a discounted rate. Limited to 12 participants. For more information and sign-up, please contact Kate Gray at dangpoet@gmail.com.

The Poet’s Toolkit Part 2: Shape – Kate Gray

During poetry month, honor your tender and fierce heart. Add tools to your poetry toolkit. You’ll start with sound, how your words can change your reader’s body. No experience necessary. You’ll write and share in a tremendously safe environment, using the Gateless Method. This workshop will give you practical ways to distinguish this writing form from others, practice in applying the tool, and the light to show you how brilliantly you shine.

Part 1 of 3: Sound (Monday, April 15th, 6-8pm)

Part 2 of 3: Shape

Part 3 of 3: Sense (Wednesday, May 1, 6-8pm)

All sessions will be held in the loft at Another Read Through. Register for each part a la carte, or for all three at a discounted rate. Limited to 12 participants. For more information and sign-up, please contact Kate Gray at dangpoet@gmail.com.

The Poet’s Toolkit Part 1: Sound – Kate Gray

During poetry month, honor your tender and fierce heart. Add tools to your poetry toolkit. You’ll start with sound, how your words can change your reader’s body. No experience necessary. You’ll write and share in a tremendously safe environment, using the Gateless Method. This workshop will give you practical ways to distinguish this writing form from others, practice in applying the tool, and the light to show you how brilliantly you shine.

Part 1 of 3: Sound

Part 2 of 3: Shape (Tuesday, April 23, 6-8pm)

Part 3 of 3: Sense (Wednesday, May 1, 6-8pm)

All sessions will be held in the loft at Another Read Through. Register for each part a la carte, or for all three at a discounted rate. Limited to 12 participants. For more information and sign-up, please contact Kate Gray at dangpoet@gmail.com.

Poem-a-Day: How to Write a Connected Series

A Chapbook in a Month – POEM-A-DAY: HOW TO WRITE A CONNECTED SERIES with Penelope Scambly Schott

In this workshop we will discuss how to create an extended body of work that goes together, whether by topic or tone or sequence.  Poet Penelope Scambly Schott (author of NOVEMBER QUILT and other books) will briefly describe her process and results. Then we as a group will brainstorm topics and approaches. We will each experiment with an organizing idea and make notes toward a first poem in our own possible new series.

If participants are interested, we can plan to meet again in about a month to see what we’ve done.

Group limit: 15. Cost: $28. Prerequisites: none.

To sign up email Penelope: penelopeschott@comcast.net

So You Want to Be a Writer Workshop with Caroline Miller

Local author Caroline Miller gets lots of questions about being an author and what she has learned along the way. So she is leading a series of 3 free seminars for beginning authors in our loft, to get your questions answered. Come to 1, 2, or all 3.

This last one will discuss contracts, marketing, and pitfalls that you may unknowingly fall into. Attorney Bert Krages will be a special guest, discussing Intellectual Property. Send an email to elisa at anotherreadthrough.com to register as space is limited.

Seminar for Beginning Authors With Local Author Caroline Miller

Local author Caroline Miller gets lots of questions about being an author and what she has learned along the way. So she is leading a series of 3 free seminars for beginning authors in our loft, to get your questions answered. Come to 1, 2, or all 3.

Up first is learning all about publishing. Do you need an agent? How do you get one? Do you want to consider self-publishing? Send an email to elisa at anotherreadthrough.com to register as space is limited.

Writing Workshop with Let’s Go Write

Let’s Go Write has been putting on writing and publishing workshops for years, and they are fantastic.

Parents are told their kids benefit from structure, that everything flows better when they have it. Your manuscript is no different. Come learn about structure with local authors Charlotte Rains Dixon and Debbie Guyol. They will talk about all about structure, give you handouts, and buy you lunch. You will learn a lot and have a great time. Email Debbie and Charlotte with questions and to register:

Debbie: dguyol@aol.com; Charlotte: chardixon@comcast.net