Coronaverses: Poetry For A Pandemic
September 24, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm| Free
Need a creative way to express your feelings about the pandemic? With wit, wisdom, and compassion, poets everywhere are coping and responding through verse. This two-session virtual workshop will introduce the attendees to some of the fine poetry currently being published. In the second session, attendees will have an opportunity to write their own poems (or begin them) through guided exercises. Sharing work is never forced, but is welcomed and encouraged.
September 24th, 1pm-2pm (EST)
October 1st, 1pm-2pm (EST)
This workshop is part of “The Human Museum,” an Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation project supported by Georgia Humanities, in partnership with the Georgia Department of Economic Development, through funding from the Georgia General Assembly.
Clela Reed is a prize-winning poet and the author of seven collections of poetry. Recently Silk (Evening Street Press, 2019) won the Helen Kay Chapbook Prize and then the title of Georgia Author of the Year in chapbook competition. A Pushcart Prize nominee, she has had poems published in The Cortland Review, Southern Poetry Review, The Atlanta Review, The Evening Street Review, Valparaiso Review, The Literati Review, and many others. She lives and writes with her husband in their woodland home near Athens, Georgia.
Oconee Cultural Arts Foundation (OCAF)
34 School Street
Watkinsville, GA, 30677
- Tuesday - Saturday:
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM