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Collaborative Writing: Poetry with Francine Ringold
November 12 @ 2:00 pm-3:30 pm$5
A Virtual Poetry Craft Talk
Collaborative writing belies the all too popular concept that one mind is responsible for the resulting work of art. If we are alive to the world, we are always relating to and collaborating with something, whether it is with another artist, with another art form, with history or with possibility. In this interactive virtual session, we’ll look at ways to write collaboratively and engage in exercises with partners to get our creative juices flowing. Attendees are welcome to sign up alone or with an established writing partner, and everyone will be able to participate in the exercises.
Francine Ringold served two terms as Poet Laureate of Oklahoma and 47 years as Nimrod’s Editor-in-Chief. She is now Nimrod’s Senior Advisory Editor. She has received The Oklahoma Book Award and the Women in Communications Award. Her publications include The Trouble with Voices, Still Dancing, and, most recently, The Way We See Now: A Collaboration of Photography and Poetry, a collaboration with Sam Joyner.
Free sessions for TU students and other students enrolled in Tulsa County schools
We have a limited number of free participation slots available for students currently enrolled in Tulsa County high schools, community colleges/colleges and vocational schools. To inquire about these free student slots, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name and the name of your school in your email, along with the name of the session you are interested in attending.