• Event Details:

  • Saturday April 28, 2018
  • 9:00 a.m. – Noon
  • McLuhan House
    11342 - 64 Street
    Edmonton[Map to venue]
  • SOLD OUT

CAA workshop with Alice Major

  • Event Details:

  • Saturday April 28, 2018
  • 9:00 a.m. – Noon
  • McLuhan House
    11342 - 64 Street
    Edmonton[Map to venue]
  • SOLD OUT

Update April 27, 2018: Lorna Crozier is unable to atten the festival due to a family health emergency. Alice Major will lead this workshop in her stead.

Presented in partnership with the Canadian Authors Association.

Registration cost is $30 for members of the Canadian Authors Association or the Poetry Festival, $50 for non-members.

This event is sold out!

Does the length of the free-verse line matter? What about the hook you tie on the end? Will any free-verse line catch the fish? We’ll explore the characteristics-the tautness, the slackness, the measure, the knots-of this malleable, adaptable poetic line, and write a poem or two that focuses on ways it can be used to emphasize meaning and rhythm. Please bring writing materials of either a laptop or paper and pen. Please register at the CAA website link (www.canauthorsalberta.ca) as the workshop is limited to 16 participants.

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