This intermediate-level craft workshop will gather participants who are thinking about completing a chapbook or a similar collection of poems. The workshop will span four sessions: 1) Voice & Character: Who's Speaking to Whom, 2) Story & Movement: Deciding Where Your Collection is Going, 3) Line & Rhythm: Fine-Tuning Your Poems, and 4) Deep Re-Vision: Discovering What Your Poems Might Become. In each session, we will begin with a brief free write relevant to the day’s theme, then discuss specific craft elements by examining published poems, and finally workshop one another’s poems with an eye toward completing your collection. Thom Dawkins teaches creative writing, composition, and communication at Case Western Reserve University, where he is completing his doctoral dissertation early modern poetics and theology. He completed his MFA in Poetry at Chatham University and his Master of Theological Studies degree at the Vanderbilt Divinity School. His first chapbook, After Alluvium, was published by Three Sheets Press in 2012. He is currently at work on a new collection tentatively entitled The Book of Divine Abidings.