Pulp Poetry: Combining Poetry with Popular Literary Genres

Writers Victoria

Event Date: 
24 April 2021
Author / Presenters: 
Ali Alizadeh

You will learn:
To develop an understanding of poetry as a literary form deeply connected to other forms
To write poems inspired by your own favourite popular literary genres
To see the poetic possibilities of popular literary genres
To write poems that relate to the reading experiences of the fans of popular literary genres
To prepare poems for publication and submit them to journals
Bring along:
Writing equipment
A copy of one of their favourite works of genre fiction
About Ali Alizadeh
Ali Alizadeh’s books of poetry include Towards the End (Giramondo, 2020) and Ashes in the Air (UQP, 2011). He is also the author of a work of historical fiction, The Last Days of Jeanne d’Arc (Giramondo, 2017) and a work of political satire, Transactions (UQP, 2013). He is a Senior Lecturer in Literary Studies and Creative Writing at Monash University. He is currently writing Horror fiction.
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