Exploring Voice and Perspective in Poetry
with Annick MacAskill
June 25, 2022
How can an analysis of voice and perspective shift our understanding of poetry and our own writing practice?
In this three-hour workshop, we will consider the interactions among perspective, point of view, voice, and style in poetry. Our time will be filled with discussion, readings, and writing exercises. Participants can expect to come away with new strategies for their poetry and a few new drafts.
- Saturday, June 25 (12pm–3pm Toronto/Eastern Time)
- Select two or three fully or partially drafted poems that you’re not quite happy with.
Suggested experience level: all writers, from beginner to established
Seats available: 12
Workshop fee: $50 Canadian
Annick MacAskill is the author of the poetry collections No Meeting Without Body (Gaspereau Press, 2018), a finalist for the Gerald Lampert Memorial Award and the JM Abraham Award; Murmurations (Gaspereau Press, 2020); and Shadow Blight (Gaspereau Press, 2022). Her poems have appeared in journals across Canada and abroad and in the Best Canadian Poetry anthology series. MacAskill is currently serving as Arc Poetry Magazine‘s Poet-in-Residence. She lives in Kjipuktuk (Halifax), on the traditional and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq.