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Poetry Workshops in Baltimore That You'd Be a Fool to Miss


Two amazing Baltimore poets, Barbara Morrison and Justin Sirois, are holding workshops that begin in April, for beginners and advanced alike. April no longer has to be the cruelest month, at least for your work:





Write Here Write Now: Poetry w/ Barbara Morrison
Presented by CA & CityLit

4 Thursdays: April 7-28. 7pm to 9pm
Adv reg $100, $90 mbrs, Walk-in $110, $100 mbrs.


Inspirational, stimulating, and occasionally goofy, this workshop will wake your creative instincts just in time for Spring. Led by Baltimore poet Barbara Morrison, the class includes poems to read and share, in-class writing exercises, and take-home writing assignments. With feedback from your peers, learn new ways to revise your poems, face the blank page and invigorate your poetry. All levels welcome. Barbara Morrison is the author of the poetry collection Here At Least.

More information & to register, contract Creative Alliance:

or call 410-276-1651


Text Message/Poetry + Fiction: With Justin Sirios
Baltimore Museum of Art

Saturdays, March 19–April 16 2–3:30 p.m.
$75 Members, $100 non-Members


Led by Baltimore writer Justin Sirois, this class will encourage experimentation, invite failure, and help writers of all stages refine their poetry and fiction. Activities are inspired by Seeing Now: Photography Since 1960, pop culture, video games, commercials, comedy, and film. To register, call 443-573-1832 or e-mail programs@artbma.org.