Upcoming Events

Although we can't all come together in person as we have for so many years of Poetry@Tech, we welcome you to our 2020-21 Virtual Season. All of our events will be streaming online this season. We'll be posting the links to the events soon, as well as our Spring 2021 events. So please check back.

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Perfecting the Manuscript, Publishing the Book: A Workshop for Poets

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Saturday, 13 November 2021    |    2:00 - 5:00 PM Eastern Time    |    Virtual Event

Workshop: Perfecting the Manuscript, Publishing the Book

with

Kristina Marie Darling

Join us for a craft workshop with poet Kristina Marie Darling. This lecture-style presentation will offer students a variety of strategies for: Sequencing, structuring, sectioning, and titling a full-length poetry manuscript; crafting effective pitches to publishers, standard submissions procedures within the industry; and improving submission odds.

This workshop is free and open to the public. However, due to space constraints, RSVPs will be required for the workshop. Please follow the link below for more information.

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The Atlanta International Poetry Festival: An Evening of Chinese Poetry & Translation

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18 November 2021    |    7:00 - 8:30 PM Eastern Time    |    Virtual Event
in partnership with Purdue University and The University of Oklahoma
and with generous support from The Poetry Foundation

featuring

Ming Di, Zhou Xiaojing, and Zheng Xiaoqiong

The reading is open to the public, and free to attend, with no RSVP required.

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A Workshop for Immigrant & Refugee Poets

Carolina Ebeid

Saturday, 4 December 2021    |    2:00 - 4:00 PM Eastern Time    |    Virtual Event

A Workshop for Immigrant & Refugee Poets

with

Carolina Ebeid

How do we open a creative space for undervalued and intangible heirlooms, and ephemera -- objects lost in migration, now only filed in memory?

Join us as Carolina Ebeid leads a craft discussion and generative workshop where we consider the question by engaging the work of multimedia writers and crafting poems that reach towards an answer framed in our own experiences and generational memories.

This workshop is free and open to the public. However, due to space constraints, RSVPs will be required for the workshop. Please follow the link below for more information.

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