Share Your Voice! Ten Tips and Tricks for Sharing Your Creative Writing with an Audience.

Project Description

Reading original poems, short stories and essays to an audience can be nerve-wracking!  In this recording, listen in as some of our Creative Writing Govies present their final semester readings, and join Poetry Instructor Stevie Edwards as she provides tips and tools for calming your nerves and sharing your work with confidence.


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About Dr. Stevie Edwards 

Stevie Edwards holds a PhD in creative writing from University of North Texas and an MFA in poetry from Cornell University. Her poems have appeared in American Poetry ReviewMissouri ReviewCrazyhorseCrab Orchard ReviewBOAATThe Adroit Journal, and elsewhere. She is the author of Sadness Workshop (Button Poetry, 2018), Humanly (Small Doggies Press, 2015), and Good Grief (Write Bloody Publishing, 2012). She is Senior Editor in Book Development at YesYes Book and an Associate Editor at South Carolina Review; she also served as the Founding Editor-in-Chief of Muzzle Magazine from 2010-2020.

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