Corvallis: Poetry of Place, and Handling Submissions with John Sibley Williams
November 25 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Poetry of Place, and Handling Submissions
Please join us on November 25th, from 6:30-8:30PM at our Willamette Writers on the River Chapter Meeting!
In the first part of the program, Williams will address poetry of place with a discussion of how natural and constructed landscapes affect our identities and shape our writing. This workshop will include the study of diverse poems that successfully employ place as a metaphor for the human condition. You can expect prompts and writing time followed by Q&A.
In the second part of the evening’s program, Williams will speak about handling submissions. Given the wealth of literary journals available to us, Williams will help us to craft a successful strategy to achieve those long-sought acceptances.
About John Sibley Williams
John Sibley Williams is the author of One Fire Consumes ANother (Orison Poetry Prize, 2019), Skin Memory (Backwaters Prize, University of Nebraska Press, 2019), Summon (JuxtaProse Chapbook Prize, 2019), Disinheritance, and Controlled Hallucinations. A nineteen-time Pushcart nominee, John is the winner of numerous awards, including the Wabash Prize for Poetry, Philip Booth Award, and Laux/Miller Prize. He serves as editor of The Inflectionist Review and works as a poetry editor, literary agent, and visiting writer for Literary Arts in Portland.
For more information about our guest, please visit: <https://www.johnsibleywilliams.com>.