Forms and Features: Found Poetry
All experience levels are welcome to a discussion and creative workshop run by Poetry Foundation Library Coordinator Maggie Queeney. In October, we explore found poetry, a form that refashions non-poetic text (newspaper article, instruction manual, dictionary entry, etc.) into poetry through lineation, excision, and collage practices.
The group will read and discuss a wide range of examples. A creative workshop, where participants compose original found poems, will conclude the session. Materials will be provided, but participants are encouraged to bring texts that relate to a current creative project.
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