Saturday, April 9, 2022
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
In this two-hour workshop, you will brainstorm, write, and receive verbal feedback on a brand-new lyric essay in the spirit of danger. How can a single sentence become an essay? How can we draw from the pulse of poetry to write nonfiction narrative? And in what ways can the lyric essay as a genre allow us to fling back the curtain from what haunts a scene and approach it face-on? This generative session is open to essayists and poets of all levels. Poets who took this class with Tyler Mills at HVWC in the fall are particularly encouraged to return again.
This class will be taught on Zoom. Class is capped at 15 students. You will receive the link as soon as you register for class and in a reminder email the day before class. It will be sent to the email address you use to register. Please check your spam folder if you do not receive it within five minutes and email [email protected] with any questions. Registration is $124 at:
Tyler Mills is the author of The City Scattered (Snowbound Chapbook Award, Tupelo Press 2022), Hawk Parable (Akron Poetry Prize, University of Akron Press 2019), Tongue Lyre (Crab Orchard Series in Poetry First Book Award, Southern Illinois University Press 2013), and co-author with Kendra DeColo of Low Budget Movie (Diode Editions Chapbook Prize, Diode Editions 2021). Her nonfiction manuscript-in-progress, The Bomb Cloud, recently received a Literature Grant from the Café Royal Foundation NYC. A poet and essayist, her poems have appeared in The New Yorker, The Guardian, The New Republic, The Believer, and Poetry, and her essays in AGNI, Brevity, Copper Nickel, and The Rumpus. She edits The Account and lives in Brooklyn.
Event Location and Ticket Information
Date: Saturday, April 9, 2022
Times: 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
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Presenter: Hudson Valley Writers Center
Presenter Phone: 9143325953