5 Ways: Publishing Your Poetry with Ross White and Noah Stetzer
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.
Ross White is the author of Charm Offensive, winner of the 2019 Sexton Prize, and three chapbooks: How We Came Upon the Colony, The Polite Society, and Valley of Want.
He is the director of Bull City Press, an independent publisher of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.
He teaches creative writing and grammar at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is the editor of Four Way Review.
His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in American Poetry Review, New England Review, Ploughshares, Poetry Daily, Tin House, and The Southern Review, among others. Follow him on Twitter: @rosswhite.)
Noah Stetzer is the author of Because I Can See Needing a Knife (Red Bird Chapbooks, 2016).
Noah’s poems have appeared in various journals including Sixth Finch, Waxwing, The Cortland Review, Hobart, and New England Review.
He is a 2014 fellow from the Lambda Literary Retreat and a returning work-study scholar at the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference.