Upcoming Events

The poet Sarah Browning is seen from the side, reading from papers in front of a microphone. Her hair is reddish and to her shoulders. An audience is in the background

Community Writing Workshop — Online
Sponsored by Writers in Progress
Sunday, September 5, 2021, 9:30 am-12:30 pm EST
FREE but registration is REQUIRED
Come join us for a morning of writing among peers! After a short warm up, we’ll engage in a sustained writing period in response to a variety of prompts. We’ll share some of our work and receive supportive feedback. A great way to jumpstart your writing projects! More info at the Facebook event page. (You don’t have to be on Facebook to access the page.)

Tonight We Write Down the Moon: A Poetry Workshop – Online
Sponsored by Writers in Progress
8 Tuesdays, beginning September 21, 2021
6-9 pm EST

$395
Register at the Writers in Progress website.
Our lives might be busy, our minds distracted. But once a week, for eight Tuesdays, we will cultivate our power of observation, writing poems that love on our five senses, remembering the moon. Each week, we’ll generate new writing together, responding to exercises and creative prompts the workshop leader brings. We’ll share our efforts with each other and receive supportive responses/feedback.  We’ll also look each week at poems by our contemporaries that bring us to our senses – literally! – exploring them for craft choices and emotional resonance.  Participants will have the opportunity to send a poem to the workshop leader for full critique – or just for sharing.  All levels of experience with poetry are invited!

Poetry & Social Change: A Lecture – Online
FREE
Thursday, October 28, 2021
Sponsored by Literary Lectures/The Sacramento Poetry Alliance
Details TBA

Selected Past Events:

Graduate Research & Creative Works Symposium
Rutgers University Camden
Tuesday, April 13, 12:45-1:45 pm EST

FREE but registration is REQUIRED
Poetry reading & Q&A — drop in on Zoom any time during the hour! Registration and further information at the College of Arts & Sciences website.

This Is What America Looks Like — A Reading and Panel on the new anthology from Washington Writers’ Publishing House, sponsored by the Enoch Pratt Free Library. With poet Hayes Davis and prose writers Adam Schwartz and Darlene Taylor. Moderated by Kathleen Wheaton.
Wednesday, April 21, 7 pm EST – FREE
Details and login information at the Library’s website.

Bring me to your reading series or classroom! Email: sarahbrowningwriter@yahoo.com