Don’t dump those old poems – upcycle them!
We all waste energy on poems that seem to be going nowhere. It’s time to take a new, fresh approach to writing poetry. Positive choices about content and theme can reduce waste (of time and temper). Instead, let’s try to repair, reuse and upcycle your ideas to make the most of the poems you already have. And in the future, put yourself in the happy position of always creating your own environment when writing poetry.
Workshop takes place on Saturday 18 April at the Limerick Writers’ Centre, 12 Barrington St., Limerick, 10am to 1pm
Workshop fee: €20. Booking essential. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel 087 2996409
Ron Carey was born in Limerick and lives in Dublin. His poetry collection Distance was shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best First Collection 2016. ... His poems have appeared in New Irish Writing, The Irish Times as well as anthologies and magazines.