Workshop Schedules

This season we are bringing back one in person poetry workshop while keeping the second online. Please feel free to choose what works for you or to attend both! All are invited to participate in as few as one or as many as all workshops in the series. Sessions are designed as stand-alone, useful as single sessions or collectively.

Fall 2022 workshop schedule

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Details about our fall workshops can be found below.

Adult Workshop I: DWELL ON YOUR DWELLINGS: Finding Inspiration in your Surroundings 

Instructor: Liz Young

Time: Thursdays, 6-7pm EST

Dates: Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, & Nov. 3

Location: Mary Wilcox Memorial Library, 2630 Main St., Whitney Point, NY.

Description/Introduction:

Workshops are open to anybody and include the learning of poetic forms/poetics, reading poems, writing poems through prompts, and the sharing of your own work (should you choose to do so). The workshops are part of a series consisting of five total workshops, but you are of course free to join any number of each of the two series of workshops. We welcome people of all levels of familiarity with poetry to join us! This workshop is led by Binghamton University PhD student Liz Young.


Adult Workshop II: EMBODYING THE ROMANTIC: Inspiration and the Writer

Instructor: Sam Flatt

Time: Tuesdays, 7-8pm EST

Dates: Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25, & Nov. 1.  

Registration/Zoom: Please register by using this LINK.

Description/Introduction:
Workshops are open to anybody and include the learning of poetic forms/poetics, reading poems, writing poems through prompts, and the sharing of your own work (should you choose to do so). The workshops are part of a series consisting of five total workshops, but you are of course free to join any number of each of the two series of workshops. We welcome people of all levels of familiarity with poetry to join us! This workshop is led by Binghamton University MA student Sam Flatt. The link to register is above.


Final Reading: All Fall workshop participants are invited to share poems at our final reading. Friends, loved ones, and the public are invited to join us as part of the audience. The date, time, and location are TBA as of now, keep an eye out for announcements. We plan on hosting the event in person this season with a hybrid option.


Workshops offered over our blog
For those of you who may have tricky schedules, internet connections that may not support video conferencing, check out the writing prompts posted on our blog this spring.

1. Adult Poetry Workshop 2
Instructor: Bernadette Roe
Lesson plans posted on our blog.

2. Children’s Poetry Workshop
Instructor: Heather Dorn
Lesson plans and printable materials for children, (including worksheets and coloring pages) posted on our blog.


Feel free to email us directly with any questions at binghamtonpoetryproject@gmail.com.

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