5 Ways: Small Things with Britton Shurley
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.
May 6, 7PM EST
Britton Shurley - Small Things: Celebrating the Overlooked
Britton Shurley is the author of Spinning the Vast Fantastic. His poetry has appeared in such journals as Southern Humanities Review, Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review, and Southern Indiana Review.
He is the recipient of Emerging Artist Awards from the Kentucky Arts Council in both 2011 and 2016 and is an Associate Professor of English at West Kentucky Community & Technical College where he edits Exit 7: A Journal of Literature & Art with his wife, the poet, Amelia Martens.
They live in Paducah, Kentucky with their daughters and curate the Rivertown Reading Series.