PLEASE NOTE : The Sunday Workshop/Critiques are NOW on Second Sundays... September 14, October 12, etc.
The Sunday Workshop/Critiques are the longest running poetry writing workshops in St. Louis, offered as a free service to local poets with noted poet critics commenting on presubmitted works in a friendly and constructive group setting.
With either method, submit only one poem and no longer than one page, in vertical format with only one column of text. This way we can cover the work of more poets during each workshop. Use 12 or 14 point font only. If using a pen name, provide real name and mailing address. Poet should plan to attend the workshop.
Everyone, regardless of experience or membership in SLPC, is encouraged to participate. You do not need to submit a poem to attend. Workshops are free and open to the public.
The Sunday Workshops are NOW on Second Sundays.
SEPTEMBER 14, 2014
Pamela Garvey is the author of two poetry chapbooks, Things Impossible to Swallow (2River Press, 2013) and Fear (Finishing Line Press, 2008), which was a finalist for the New Women’s Voices Competition. Her poems and stories have been published in such journals as Margie, Esquire, Cimarron Review, RATTLE, The North American Review, and Spoon River Poetry Review. Garvey has received many awards and honors including pushcart nominations and semi-finalist for the “Discovery”/The Nation prize. Professor of English at St. Louis Community College-Meramec, Garvey lives in the city of St. Louis and is the co-founder of Words on Purpose, a committee of socially concerned writers who organize a benefit reading series.
OCTOBER 12, 2014
(updated bio here soon... )
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
Stacey Lynn Brown
(updated bio here soon...)
Watch here for the upcoming
Fall Full-Day Fee Workshop
Includes pleasant home atmosphere with provided lunch, from 10 am to 4 pm, $50 members, $60 non-members, limited to 10.
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2014-2015 SUNDAY WORKSHOP CRITIQUES >>>shift to 2nd Sundays <<<<
Sunday Workshops begin with Pamela Garvey on September 14 2014 at UCity Public Library, 1:30 pm
Submissions due on Saturday September 6.
Mark your calendar:
Oct 12: Richard Newman
Nov 9: Stacey Lynn Brown
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