Rules of Write Club
1. The first rule of Write Club is, if you have words on the page, you win.
2. The second rule of Write Club is, if you have words on the page, YOU WIN.
3. If you get to the end, run out of words, have nothing more to say, the poem is over.
4. Two lines to a couplet.
5. One poem at a time.
6. No pretension, no bullshit.
7. Poems will go on as long as they have to.
8. If this is your first night at Write Club, you have to write.
About Zelda's Inferno
Baltimore's longest-running weekly poetry workshop.
We write. We talk. Sundays at 7:00pm (or so, Standard Poet Time), now at The Fells Grind, 1720 Thames Street in Fells Point. Free!
What, you want details? A couple of people sit around. Usually, we do a writing exercise for about 20 minutes. We share what we wrote. We talk about it. We share and discuss other pieces people bring in. We maybe do another exercise. We drink coffee. We go off on wild tangents.
Contact Tom Swiss at email@example.com for more information.
Novices welcome. All you need is a notebook and your imagination. In a pinch you can do without the notebook. Write on coasters, napkins, the back of your hand, the surface of your brain, whatever.
"We didn't just read poetry, we let it drip from our tongues like honey. Spirits soared, women swooned, and gods were created, gentlemen. Not a bad way to spend an evening, eh?" -- Dead Poets Society