I Jump, You Jump: Vulnerability and the Line BreaK
During this interactive workshop we’ll read some poems and examine the ways they use rhyme and enjambment to open emotional space, and work on crafting lines in our own poems whose breaks allow us to be vulnerable in unanticipated ways.
Participants in this workshop should brings poems-in-progress and laptops/notebooks.
Kim Horner McCoy grew up in the Missouri Ozarks and lives now at the edge of the Flint Hills of Kansas. She admits to being a cat person, but is otherwise agnostic. For more than twenty years, she was a university adjunct instructor in Missouri and Kansas. She has published short fiction, book reviews, and poetry in various journals. Her debut chapbook, This Bony Cabinet, appeared in July 2021 and she is currently working on her first full-length collection of poems, The Woman’s Belief Corps.