People Writing Poems ::

Writing Through Winter

6 Week Session

with Katharine Kaufman

Tuesday evenings, 6-8:30
January 8-February 12, 2019 (no class January 22)

Takes place in Katharine’s living room in Longmont

People Writing Poems :: Writing Through Winter 

Winter is a wonderful time for writing. The sun slants in on things that normally wouldn’t see light. This season is conducive for transformation, looking inward and a little magic. We can pause, reflect, brush away what’s unnecessary and drift into the worlds ready to be accessed simply by picking up the pen.

Writing poems is a way to sort out your moving days. Writing allows you to access personal rhythms, images, your voice and be touched by the poem itself. In return, the poem influences your mornings, afternoons, nights.

In this writing group each week you’ll receive prompts and write. You’ll share last week’s writing (or current project). You’ll read poets who write in different forms, leaning toward women writers, poets of color, and poets who stir your heart. You’ll receive weekly individual written feedback and reading suggestions from Katharine.

This poetry writing workshop is a gentle way to celebrate and share writing.  The group can serve as sanctuary in these, our times.


~ read poetry (and be read to)

~ write poems as a practice

~ journey poems, list poems, small poems, place poems, found poems, haiku, hybrid, writing without looking. . .

~ weekly written editing & feedback about your poems

~ weekly poetry writing assignments

~ share your work

~ receive personal suggestions about poets and forms

~ see the worlds through a poet’s eye

~ bloom creativity

~ join friends in making stuff up

~ have tea and a little snack



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