Here is some basic information about the Vox Ferus poetry workshops in Chicago.
Workshops take place on Friday or Saturday evenings roughly once a month, in Logan Square at a private home (address sent with RSVP confirmation.) Sign up for the mailing list to find out when the next one is happening! Email email@example.com or use the contact form here to sign up.
The workshop is pay-what-you-can; we pass a hat during a break in the workshop to accept donations. Usual donation is $10, and no one is turned away for lack of funds. Folks generally bring drinks and/or snacks to partake of and share.
Workshops involve discussion of a poem by an established poet from outside the community, as well as group critique of three poems from participants drawn randomly from a hat, and the opportunity to do a guided freewrite using a prompt based on the poem.
Each workshop section is limited to 10-15 people; sometimes we have two sections running concurrently. Arrival is at around 7, we start promptly at 7:30, and end between 10 and 10:30. You are welcome to come and observe before actively participating!
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We also hold a variety of other occasional workshops focused on topics such as performance and publishing, and information about those will be sent from this address as well.
Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A note on community safety: The ability of all community members to feel safe and honored within the Vox Ferus space is a top priority. If you have any questions about individuals allowed to attend Vox Ferus events, please contact Marty at email@example.com.