Saturday, May 15, 2021
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM Eastern Time
Free and Open to the public
UPDATE: Please note that the workshop has been rescheduled to May 15, 2021. Please check this page for more updates.
As part of Poetry@Tech's Community Workshop initiative, join us for a small-group poetry workshop with Travis Denton on Saturday, 15 May 2021 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM Eastern Time.
The workshop will seek to demystify the revision process. We will discuss strategies for editing poems and approaches to revitalizing stalled poems. We will then apply these techniques to poems by our workshop participants.
This event is free and open to the public. However, due to space constraints, please RSVP for the event so we may save you a spot. Please request to attend the workshop by filling out this form. For more information and directions, you may contact Travis Denton, at email@example.com .
Here's more about the workshop topic:
Demystifying the Revision Process
Writing poems is the fun part, right? Revision, well that can be another story altogether. In this workshop, we will discuss strategies to take the mystery out of the revision process, and discuss ways to “re-enter” stalled poems.
We will then apply these techniques as we close-read and critique poems by our workshop participants.
About the Poet
Travis Wayne Denton lives in Atlanta where he is the Associate Director of Poetry @ TECH as well as McEver Chair in Poetry at Georgia Tech. He is also founding editor of the literary arts publication, Terminus. He is the author of four full-length poetry collections - My Stunt Double (C & R Press, 2017), When Pianos Fall from the Sky (Marick Press, 2012), The Burden of Speech (C & R Press, 2009), and Aliens, Cyborgs, Zombies and the Ongoing Apocalypse: Sci-Fi Poems for the 20th Century and Beyond (C & R Press, Anthology 2017)
Travis's poems have appeared in numerous journals, magazines and anthologies, such as Five Points, Ghost Town, MEAD: a magazine of literature and libations, The Atlanta Review, The Greensboro Review, Washington Square, Forklift, Rattle, Birmingham Poetry Review, and the Cortland Review.