Writing Life Poetry Workshop: Write What You’ve Always Wanted To Write with Esther Cohen
on the Zoom Meetings platform | open to the public; free for members | separate sessions | registration required
Join poet, teaching artist, and author Esther Cohen for a creative writing workshop - a conversation of thinking, talking, and creating. Participants will find ways into writing using memories and observations, and eventually will aim to create their own work as wild, tender, and complex as life.
This workshop meets on Thursdays
March 21 (new date!)
Participation in the full set of sessions is recommended but not required.
Free for Library members; $15 for the set of three sessions for nonmembers. Members may register below; nonmembers may contact the events office at email@example.com.
Esther Cohen is a writer and poet in New York City. The author most recently of All of Us: Stories and Poems Along Route 17, she also teaches and is a cultural activist. Most days she posts a poem at esthercohen.com.
The Writing Life events in 2024 are generously underwritten by Jenny Lawrence.
Interested, but not yet ready to register? Get a reminder closer to the first date.
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