Molly Peacock Poetry Workshop: Scare the Sonnet Into Working for You

Molly Peacock
Revered poet Molly Peacock conducts a morning poetry workshop in the Plaza Branch’s lower-level Cohen Center. The session, Scare the Sonnet Into Working for You, is open to writers of all levels. RSVPs are encouraged.
Thursday, April 25, 2019
Program: 
10:30 am
Revered poet Molly Peacock conducts a morning poetry workshop in the Plaza Branch’s lower-level Cohen Center. The session, Scare the Sonnet Into Working for You, is open to writers of all levels. RSVPs are encouraged.

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Later on Thursday evening, Peacock, a former president of the Poetry Society of America and also a noted biographer, essayist, and short fiction writer, discusses and reads from her poetry in a public presentation at 6:30 p.m. in the Plaza Branch's Truman Forum Auditorium. She also talks about the motivation she has drawn throughout her life from her motto: “In the attempt is the success.”

Both the workshop and evening event are co-presented by the David W. Newcomer IV and Gene Ann Newcomer Family Foundation Fund.

EVENING PROGRAM
In the Attempt Is the Success: A Poet's Way of Life

Thursday, April 25, 2019
Program: 6:30 p.m.
Plaza Branch, 4801 Main St.

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