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Take poems you like. Decompose them to find of why. Write your own.
What makes a poem “work”? We’ll take poems apart and put them back together to find out. W.D. Snodgrass took 101 acclaimed poems and did just that: he re-wrote them into what he called De/Compositions--or, good poems gone wrong. His versions document how artistic choices accumulate to a transcendent final product. We'll take a similar tack. We’ll tackle poems, render our own versions, and share. Our versions will question each choice the poet made, at the same time we’ll direct energies into making the poems unique, our own.
posted message: Hi Folks! Hope this finds you well, and in the mood for another helping of P2PU :)
Some News. We're trying a new course model called "Challenges."
Why I'm Contacting You. Did you dig "Hack this Poem"? Make your own Challenge--it's very easy.
Video How-to: http://youtu.be/UyXksyJWEUs
Challenge support: http://p2pu.org/en/groups/make-a-challenge/
On April 18, P2PU will be doing a large announcement of courses to the world. Can we make a Poetry Challenge happen?
Join the weekly P2PU Community Call this Thursday, March 22 @ 11am EST for a special Course Organizers Session. The whole gang will be there ready to answer your burning questions.
See: http://pad.p2pu.org/p/community-call for all the details.
Happy learning, Vanessa