Revising Your Poems
Need help workshopping your in-progress poems? We’ll explore the core of your poems, salvaging the best lines and images to create a stronger version of the original. Critiques, class exercises, readings and reflective writing exercises will help you develop an ear for voice and language.
- Classes are confirmed one week prior to the start date. In order to help us confirm classes, please register as early as possible.
Students should bring something to write with and something to write on.
About the Instructor
Roselyn Elliott is the author of four poetry chapbooks: The Separation of Kin ( Blueline-SUNY Potsdam 2006 ), At the Center (Finishing Line Press 2008), and Animals Usher Us to Grace (Finishing Line Press 2011), and Ghost of the Eye (forthcoming from Finishing Line Press). A Pushcart nominee, her essays and poems have appeared in The Cumberland River Review, Diode, Streetlight Magazine, The Florida Review, New Letters, Blueline, ABRAXAS and other publications. She has taught at Virginia Commonwealth University, Piedmont Virginia Community College, The Visual Art Center of Richmond and WriterHouse in Charlottesville, VA. Roselyn is also the Poetry Editor at Streetlight Magazine, an online literary journal (www.streetlightmag.com).See More Classes By Instructor