April is National Poetry Month! In honour of this, the PEIWG will be hosting a full day poetry workshop on Saturday, April 13th, with Nova Scotia poet, Chad Norman.
Open to both members and non-members of the PEI Writers’ Guild, this expansive poetic workshop is entitled, "The Choice to See." Norman will explore and offer insights on the importance of how to see in order to eventually write a poem. He will touch on the three important choices— glimpse, gaze, and gather—that help to lead one to the page where the poem can be brought to life. This workshop will allow anyone to compose and understand how a poem is directly connected to one of the five gracious senses.
Many thanks to the League of Canadian Poets, who is a co-sponsor with the PEIWG for this event. The workshop will run from 9:00am until 4:00pm. Cost is $30 for Guild members and $40 for non-members, and will take place at the Haviland Club in Charlottetown.
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See you there!
Norman, who lives beside the high-tides of the Bay of Fundy, has given talks and readings in Denmark, Sweden, Ireland, Wales, Scotland, the US, and across Canada. His poems, which have been published all over the world, have been translated into Danish, Albanian, and Romanian. His latest collections are Selected & New Poems(Mosaic Press) and Waking Up On The Wrong Side Of the Sky (Grant Block Press).