Revising Like a Poet

Angel C. Dye

Angel C. Dye is a poet and scholar of African American Literature from Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas by way of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A graduate of Howard University, Angel is currently an MFA in Creative Writing candidate at the University of Kentucky. She loves reading, writing, and learning about the challenges and triumphs that have shaped the histories of people of color. Her work has appeared in African Voices MagazineAbout Place Journal, and Melissa Harris-Perry and Elle Magazine’s A Seat at the Table Syllabus (#SeatSyllabus).

  • Venue:
    Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning
  • Time:
    10:30 am - Noon
  • Addl Info:

    Register now for Revising Like a Poet.

  • Meets On:
        Saturday, February 23
  • Address:
    251 W. Second Street
    Lexington, KY, 40507
    United States
  • Cost:

With Angel C. Dye.

This class will cover the basics of revising for diction and tone while also exploring ways that poets can bend formal rules and functions to make their poetry alive and unique. Stuck on a poem or really want to see a poem you’ve worked on for awhile find its legs? Bring it, and let’s practice revising workshop style. By the end of this class, poets will have a toolkit for strengthening their work for publication or performance. [ALL LEVELS] [NEW!] [ONE-TIME]