Five Ways of Looking at Poetry presents experts of the poetic form
published by NC small press, Bull City Press.
Individual workshops are $25. The series of 5 is $100.
Workshops are limited to fifteen participants and are interactive, so you'll have a chance to ask questions.
All take place online. Once you register, you'll be sent a code for signing in and a copy of a book by your workshop leader.
Jim Whiteside is the author of Writing Your Name on the Glass.
He is a graduate of the creative writing MFA program at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, is a Virginia Center for the Creative Arts fellow,
and is the recipient of a Stegner Fellowship from Stanford University.
Jim’s recent poems have appeared in journals such as Ploughshares, The Southern Review, Pleiades, Crazyhorse, and Washington Square Review.
His first opera libretto, Higher Ground, was scored by the composer Jules Pegram and debuted at The University of Michigan in April 2018.
Read more about Jim at his website.