If you have 10-20+ pages of poetry in progress, this workshop is designed to advance your craft, make significant progress in revising your poems, and gain momentum toward completion of a manuscript in the community of a small, committed circle of peers. Includes instruction; in-class writing; homework assignments; instructor feedback; and the exchange of thorough, respectful critique. Class meets once a month; participants should plan to attend all six sessions.
This is an advanced workshop limited to eight students. To apply, submit with a writing sample of 3-5 poems. DEADLINE TO APPLY: Dec. 12. Writers selected for the class will be notified by December 19.
To apply for this class, click here: https://forms.gle/FQUBofYGDNQmi2KA9
Lee Chilcote is the author of the poetry chapbooks The Shape of Home and How to Live in Ruins. His writing has been published by Vanity Fair, Next City, Belt and many literary journals as well as in The Cleveland Neighborhood Guidebook, The Cleveland Anthology and A Race Anthology: Dispatches and Artifacts from a Segregated City. He is a founder and former executive director of Literary Cleveland.