Possibilities of Form in Poetry and Prose

Every narrative, whether lyric or prose-based, requires an appropriate form. All writers work in either deliberate, traditional forms or in personal, habitual forms.

Mentors will address the ways in which they conceptualize and work with form in their own writing and discuss other writers’ works that companion and inspire them formally. You will begin to analyze the forms in which you are working, as well as forms you might consider exploring.

This course is available only as part of The Writer’s Studio.

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