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Monday, November 20, 2017

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LAST CHANCE: EARLY BIRD prices for Modes in Poems end Friday!
The Writer's Garret

November, 2017

 
Advance registration needed to study live 
with acclaimed poet and educator Natasha Sajé.  

Modes in Poems with Natasha Saj_
 
The Writer's Garret  . 1250 Majesty Drive  .  Dallas, TX 75247

In this workshop, we'll define the four modes-lyric, narrative, argument, description-and read examples of each, discussing how we use them to diagnose issues and start revision. Then we'll turn to participants' poems, first identifying the dominant mode and then asking whether the poem would be better served by a different one. 
 
 
 
Poet Natasha Saje
Natasha Sajé is the author of three books of poems: Red Under the Skin (Pittsburgh, 1994); Bend (Tupelo Press, 2004); and Vivarium (Tupelo Press, 2014); 
a poetry handbook, Windows and Doors: A Poet Reads Literary Theory (Michigan, 2014); and essays in such venues as The New York Times, The Chronicle
of Higher Education, and Liberal Education. Sajé teaches at Westminster College in Salt Lake City and for the Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA. in Writing.
 
Visit her website here: http://www.natashasaje.com/
 
 
Less than one week
left to register with a huge discount!  
 
 
Early Bird Member--$105
Non-Member--$165

Not a member? 
Join here.
 
Opportunity for Special Communities
 
If you are a Veteran who has served our country, and / or if you have been impacted by cancer, PTSD, early onset Alzheimer's, or other serious  challenges to a healthy life, most of our courses may be taken gratis, courtesy of special support from the Texas Commission on the Arts.
 
Members of the immediate families of the above may receive a 50% discount, also courtesy of Texas Commission on the Arts.
 
Please contact Gen@writersgarret.org or 214.828.1715  
if you qualify for either of these special subsidies.
 
 
Special THANKS!
The Writer's Garret is made possible by the support of many individuals, corporations, foundations, nonprofits, educational institutions, and governmental agencies who understand the value 
of reading, writing, and the literary arts!
 
This season of educational programs and events 
has been made possible by the following:
 
Trinity River Mission & Our Mystery Friend!
National Endowment for the Arts; 
City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs;
Texas Commission on the Arts; 
Lucky Dog Books; 
Allied World Assurance Company; 
Heritage Auctions;Target; 
Enterprise Foundation; Big Thought;
 Mike & Debra Decker; Gardere; Safeway; Amazon SMILE; R.L. and Phyllis Glazer Foundation; 
Aline & Todd Moore in memory of Dr. Ronald E. Moore; 
and our Members, Board of Trustees, and Board of Sponsors.
 
(if we have inadvertently left anyone off this list,
please let us know! We want to thank you!)
 


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