|ONLINE WORKSHOP — Introduction to Writing Japanese Poetry||REGISTER NOW|
Are you a poet looking to expand your use of poetic forms? Do you want to explore the possibilities within poetry?
Learn about two time-honored forms of Japanese poetry: haiku (the poetry of the senses) and tanka (the poetry of the heart). Participants will be introduced to an understanding of both of these wonderful ways to express one's self in poetry and will receive supportive critique from the instructor. Suitable for both experienced and emerging poets. This will be Naomi's third time teaching this popular workshop . . . be sure to register early!
Naomi Beth Wakan is a personal essayist and the Poet Laureate of Nanaimo. She has authored over fifty books, most recently, On the Arts, a series of essays on various aspects of creativity based on pieces she has written for Still Point Arts Quarterly. She is the author of the prize-winning book, Haiku: One Breath Poetry. She lives on Gabriola Island in British Columbia, Canada.
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