Hogan to Teach Poetry Course at Central Carolina
Judy Hogan, founding editor of Carolina Wren Press (1976-91) and 2008 winner of the Indy Arts Award, will teach "Writing Publishable Poetry" beginning March 2, at Central Carolina Community College's Pittsboro campus. The course will run consecutive Mondays through April 6, 7 to 9 p.m.
Reading well-known poets from the American, ancient Chinese, Spanish-language, modern Greek, and African American traditions will stimulate and enhance students' poetry. There are no prerequisites, and poets at all stages are welcome. To enroll, call Continuing Education, Pittsboro Campus: (919) 542-6495, ext. 223.
Hogan founded and taught through the 1980s the "Roadmap to Great Literature for New Writers" Program in Durham and Burlington public libraries, with state and national Humanities grants. After writing, teaching is her vocation. She has five volumes of poetry and two of non-fiction from small presses. She is a regular columnist for Chatham County Line and lives in Moncure, where she farms and writes.
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