Poetry 1: Generative Workshop with Bill Brown (Nov. 3)

Poetry 1: Generative Workshop with Bill Brown (Nov. 3)

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This workshop is for anyone working in poetry, memoir, or mixed genre works. Prompts will dig into personal histories, landscapes, and events that deal with the inside self vs. the outside self or selves—i.e., the news inside vs. the news outside. We will share poems contemporary authors have published on these issues and themes, and handouts will present other topics to write about and prompts to write from. Please come to write and share, as the best workshops develop from a community of voices. For those interested in submitting for publication, we’ll discuss regional journals that are good starts.

  • Instructor: Bill Brown

  • Date: Saturday, Nov. 3

  • Time: 10 am - 1 pm

  • Location: Humanities Tennessee offices,
    807 Main St., Ste. B
    Nashville, TN 37206

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About the Instructor:

Bill Brown is the author of Ten poetry collections and a writing textbook. His newest books are Late Winter (2008, Iris Press), The News Inside (2010, Iris Press) Elemental (2014, 3: A Taos Press) and Morning Window (2017, Iris Press). The National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts awarded him The Distinguished Teacher in the Arts. He has been a Scholar in Poetry at the Bread Loaf Writers Conference, a Fellow at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and a two-time recipient of Fellowships in poetry from the Tennessee Arts Commission. Brown has published hundreds of poems and articles in college journals, magazines and anthologies. The Tennessee Writers Alliance named Brown the 2011 Writer of the Year. He lives with his wife, Suzanne, and a tribe of cats in the hills north of Nashville.