What else to say?
We end in joy.
Every poem must end. But how? When? To what effect? In this workshop, we will consider what the greats have to say on the subject, unravel the mysteries of what makes a memorable and satisfying ending, and nail down specific strategies we can put to work in our own poems. The class will be equal parts discussion and writing workshop.
Workshops at the Porch are rigorous yet welcoming, encouraging creative expression while sharpening your understanding of craft. Led by instructors with extensive teaching experience, each class focuses on a particular genre, approach, or use of writing, and allows participants to learn from one another in a supportive, friendly atmosphere.
Who's it For:
Poets interested in unraveling the mystery of what makes a memorable ending.
When does this class meet?
This class meets on Saturday, June 13th from 2-5pm.
About the Teacher:
Edgar Kunz teaches poetry workshops at Vanderbilt University. He was the English Department’s 2014-2015 Third Year Poetry Fellow and was awarded an Academy of American Poets Prize. This summer, he will be a Work-study Scholar at the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference. His poems appear or are forthcoming in AGNI, The Missouri Review, Indiana Review, Gulf Coast, Blackbird, Devil’s Lake, and other places. He moves to San Francisco in July to begin a Stegner Fellowship at Stanford University.
Questions about this class? Contact Ryne at Ryne.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is $45, here.