WORKSHOP PROTOCOL IF YOU ARE GETTING FEEDBACK: Select another workshop member to read the piece allowed. Then you read it aloud.
My primary motivator for joining Writer’s Catapult was the challenge to improve my writing skills twined with curiosity as I hadn’t written poetry in forevvver. I didn’t think about what I hoped to achieve as I figured the engagement &
The poem must resist the intelligence. /Almost successfully. — Wallace Stevens Part I. –The Creator Take risks. Yes, I know risks are risky but without it writing is lackluster. After deciding on
THE ROUGH DRAFT RUBRIC 1. Techniques (5 points) ___Specific details/furniture, use of at least one allusion 1 ___Image-sensory based, concrete not abstract, show don’t tell 1 ___Language: diction, dialogue, fluid, syntax, no chopped prose 1 ___Figurative
THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS 1. SHOW DON’T TELL Use images not adjectives, write as if it were a film, avoid adjective overload. Don’t use a list of more than three adjectives in