Sunday, April 13, 2014 | 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Flannery OConnor once said that anyone who has survived childhood has enough material to write for the rest of her life. Join us to explore some fine examples of family poems and to draft one of your own. Why did your Aunt Rosie never marry? Where did your older brother go when he raced away on his bike? Who was your mother speaking to so quietly on the phone? Who was that mysterious woman your father kept a photo of in an old wooden box? If you prefer not talk about real relatives, invent your own as Mary Oliver did recently in her poem Aunt Leaf. Come join us to make poetry together. Please register.
Notify me about similar events
Download event to a calendar