InVerse: Poetry Writing Workshop


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6hrs/2 Days




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InVerse will connect word and wonder, image and imagination, questions and quests. Yeats famously said: Out of our quarrel with others we make rhetoric; out of our quarrel with ourselves we make poetry. The workshop will use the form and flexibility of poetry to reflect upon our relationships with ourselves and the world that we must negotiate. Participants will be led through introspective discussions, word-associations and examples of classical and experimental poetry. From ballads to shape poems, they will go through a behind-the-scenes journey that will assist with their own writing. They will be guided to develop their poetic voice and also practice fresh ways of expression. The course will also share information related to publishing opportunities, magazines and contests related to poetry.

InVerse Poetry Writing Online Workshop

Completing this workshop will help you:

  • Understand what makes poetry unique with respect to other forms of expression
  • Explore outlets for sharing and publishing their poems
  • Know when to break the rules
  • Work closely with the line, the verse and the page
  • Compose poems that are true to your voice
  • Access and nurture your own poetic sensibilities
  •  Find poetry in your everyday worlds, both internal and external

About the Mentor

Pervin Saket Poetry Writing Mentor

Pervin Saket

Author and Poet

Pervin Saket is the author of the novel ‘Urmila’ and of a collection of poetry ‘A Tinge of Turmeric’. She is the 2021 Fellow for the Vancouver Manuscript Intensive, and was shortlisted for the Srinivas Rayaprol Poetry Prize 2020. Her novel has been adapted for the stage, featuring classical Indian dance forms of Kathak, Bharatnatyam and Odissi. Her work has been featured in ‘The Indian Quarterly’, ‘The Joao-Roque Literary Journal’, ‘Paris Lit Up’, ‘Usawa Literary Review’, ‘Tiferet’, ‘Borderless Journal’, ‘The Madras Courier’, ‘Alipore Post’, ‘Cold Noon’, ‘Breaking the Bow’ and others. Pervin is co-founder of the annual Dum Pukht Writers’ Workshop held at Pondicherry, India. She is also the Managing Editor of the poetry collective The Quarantine Train.

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