December Writing Workshop with Megan Merchant!

Join us for this month’s free virtual writing workshop with Megan Merchant on Tuesday 12/14 at 8PM Eastern!

Paying Homage to the Wisdom of the Poem: A Revision Strategy for the Lone Writer 

In this generative workshop we will explore a technique for revision that is not just randomly deleting words, chopping lines, or playing with sounds that might work, but one rooted in wisdom—both yours & the poem’s. Please bring any writing materials you are most comfortable using, and a copy of at least one poem you wish to revise. Come prepared to write, revise, and have fun!

Megan Merchant (she/her) lives in the tall pines of Prescott, AZ with her husband and two children. She holds an M.F.A. degree in International Creative Writing from UNLV and is the author of three full-length poetry collections with Glass Lyre Press: Gravel Ghosts (2016), The Dark’s Humming (2015 Lyrebird Award Winner, 2017), Grief Flowers (2018), four chapbooks, and a children’s book, These Words I Shaped for You (Philomel Books). Her latest book, Before the Fevered Snow, was released in April 2020 with Stillhouse Press. She was awarded the 2016-2017 COG Literary Award, judged by Juan Felipe Herrera, the 2018 Beullah Rose Poetry Prize, second place in the Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry, and most recently the Inaugural Michelle Boisseau Prize. She is the Editor of Pirene’s Fountain and offers private mentorship opportunities, editing services, and manuscript consultations. You can find her work at

All are welcome and attendance is free. Register to come write with us here!