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Monday, February 19, 2024 · 2:00 – 4:00 pm EST
Cost: $40
Limited to 15 participants (A minimum of five participants is needed for this workshop.)
Venue: Pat Conroy Literary Center | 601 Bladen St Beaufort, SC 29902

Linked Poetry: Traditional and New Approaches is a poetry workshop for writers of all levels and ages who are looking to collaborate! We will begin with haiku writing exercises and build different styles of linked poems step by step. It is a highly interactive, hands-on workshop. Come with a writing partner or on your own.

Monday, February 19, 2:00-4:00 p.m. at the Pat Conroy Literary Center. Limited to 15 participants. (A minimum of five participants is needed for this workshop.)

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About our instructors:

Natasha AkeryNatasha Akery is a language arts teacher and poet from North Charleston, South Carolina. She devotes her writing practice to haiku with themes of heritage, motherhood, and spirituality. You can find her poems on Instagram (@writethreelines) and in I Am a Furious Wish: Anthology of Lowcountry Poets, Vol. 1 published by Free Verse Press. Her first chapbook, in [the name], is a collection of haiku inspired by the desert and biblical stories. It is available through Bottlecap Press.



Miho KinnasTwice nominated for the Pushcart Prize, Miho Kinnas is a writer, translator and poet living in Hilton Head Island, SC. She is the author of three poetry collections, Today, Fish Only (2014), Move Over Bird (2019) from Math Paper Press and Waiting for Sunset to Bury Red Camellias (2023) from Free Verse Press. A book of collaboration with E. Ethelbert Miller, We Eclipse into the Other Side was also published in 2023 by Pinyon Publishing. Her poem, Three Shrimp Boats on the Horizon was selected for Best American Poetry 2023.

This program and others like this would not be possible without your financial help for which, as always, Pat Conroy Literary Center gratefully thanks you.

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