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June 24, 2012

There is still room in next weekend’s Poetry Bootcamp in Ojai! Hope to see you! And if you can’t make it, but you know others who might be interested, please share this on twitter and facebook; feel free to reblog!

The Write Alley

Is your writing on the flabby side? Do you need a good workout to get your poetry in shape or revitalize your writing practice?

Next Saturday, I will be teaching at the Ojai Writer’s Conference Poetry Bootcamp which runs Saturday, June 30 and  Sunday, July 1.This is the last weekend of a month long series of writing activities, workshops, and events.

You can  attend one or both days–it’s $50 for either Saturday or Sunday or $99 for the whole weekend which is a great deal for 6 hours of workshops from 4 teachers!

Saturday, June 30:

1-3 pm: “Hello, Nature, What Do You Have to Tell Me Today?” with Gwendolyn Alley {Read Bio Here} – Take the lessons learned from Haiku (expressing emotion through observations of nature) and apply them to other forms of writing. Also learn to transform writing (prose) into poetry.

3-5 pm: “Speak Your Heart – Unravel…

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  1. nananikki permalink
    August 1, 2012 6:38 pm

    http://flowinginthewind.wordpress.com/

  2. August 1, 2012 6:52 pm

    this class was really fun and i enjoyed having you even though it was alot of work i learned alot- efrain gutierrez

    http://fromthegutterz.wordpress.com/

  3. August 1, 2012 6:53 pm

    Englis VO2 was an amazin experience, honestly I can say i met a good amount of new people and became a better writer in the process.

  4. August 2, 2012 1:30 am

    btbasoftballworld.wordpress.com

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