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Legendary American Slam Poet Seth Walker Is Teaching During National Poetry Month For A New Online Master Class

Updated: Mar 5

The class registration is open for this life changing Writing & Publishing Workshop happening during National Poetry Month Course. Find out more about the class, the facilitator, & what you're doing in April below.

Ever set a goal for National Poetry Month in April to write 30 poems in 30 days? Ever actually accomplish it?

This course will work as a group going through writing prompts and literary skills in order to support all of the students through creating 30 new pieces of writing for publication by May 5th.

If you or someone you love has a talent for writing and just needs an uplifting support group to pass off the skill set needed, and encouragement through the process, this is the perfect poetry class.

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Full Class Description:

Legendary "road poet" Seth Walker is teaching a workshop for students to go through the process of writing and editing 30 original pieces of writing during April for National Poetry Month, and have them processed and ready for self-publishing by the end of the 1st week of May.

The course will consist of 30+ writing prompts, inspiration tools, & methods to break writer's block whenever needed. Each class will also include strategies for editing your creative writing for different uses; poetry, short stories, or essays. The course will start on Tuesday April 2nd and end Thursday May 2nd.

By the end of this course, students should have a collected body of new material, the editing skills to finish the project, and a practical guide to self-publishing digital and physical books to release & sell.

This is a perfect course for writers who are looking for that

motivation to get new work written, old work edited, and release that book that the world needs now more than ever.

More About the Instructor: Seth Walker

Dates & Times:

The classes will run every Tuesday & Thursday starting April 2nd, with the last class on May 2nd. Each class will run approximately 2 hours & be run live the morning of each class date. Sessions will be recorded with the body of students who make the live session online each morning, then posted in the student portal for review later in the day or to catch up classes during the month, if any assignments need to be made up.

Each 2 hour session will be broken down as follows:

- 8:00am - 8:50am (1st hour): Writing Prompts, short writing sessions, short Q&A sessions for clarification or discussion of each writing prompt as a conceptual tool.

- 8:50am - 9:00am: Break

- 9:00am - 9:30am (2nd hour: Part 1): Lecture & notes on editing strategies.

- 9:30am - 10:00am (2nd hour: Part 2): Q&A and discussion time. (Potentially time for "Special Guests" to pop into the online group and share something special for the class to send everyone off inspired for the day.)

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Joe Rey
Joe Rey
Feb 25

Amazing! This is Awesome Seth!

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