Dorianne Laux & Joseph Millar 2022 
Raleigh Review
Poetry workshop
​The 21st & 22nd of May 2022 

Tyree Daye
Raleigh Review ​Poetry workshop
12 February 2022

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TYREE DAYE WORKSHOP DETAILS
Date: Saturday the 12th of February, 2022
Eastern Time: 11 AM - 4 PM
Place: via Zoom
Cost: $200/seat for the Saturday workshop with Tyree Daye
Seat Max: 12

Tyree Daye is a poet from Youngsville, North Carolina, and a Teaching Assistant Professor at UNC-Chapel Hill. He is an Assistant Poetry Editor & Board Member at Raleigh Review Literary & Arts Magazine. He is the author of two poetry collections River Hymns 2017 APR/Honickman First Book Prize winner and Cardinal from Copper Canyon Press 2020. If you are new to Raleigh Review workshops, you must apply.

  • To apply for this workshop, email us 2 poems and a list of what you are currently reading  to:  info@raleighreview.org


DORIANNE LAUX & JOSEPH MILLAR WORKSHOP DETAILS
Dates: The 21st & 22nd of May 2022
Times: 1 AM - 5 PM (Eastern Time, Both Saturday & Sunday)
Place: via Zoom
Cost: $275/seat for the workshop with Dorianne Laux & Joseph Millar
Seat Max: 15

  • If you are new to Raleigh Review workshops, you must apply.
    To apply for this workshop, send us your website link where we can view sample poems 
    or email us 2 poems and a list of what you are currently reading  to:  info@raleighreview.org

Dorianne Laux teaches in the MFA programs at NC State University and Pacific University. Her most recent collection, Only as the Day is Long, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. She is the vice chair of Raleigh Review.

Joseph Millar is chairman of Raleigh Review. His most recent collection is Dark Harvest, new & selected poems from Carnegie Mellon Press (2021). He teaches at NC State in Raleigh, NC & Pacific University in Oregon.