Come all ye’ storytellers and poets to haibun – a form rightly called ‘the narrative of an epiphany’
Are you interested in learning new forms of poetry?
Do you consider yourself a good poet, but are unsure of how to be better?
Is critique and feedback from the very best what you’ve wanted?
Have you wondered what strategies the masters of poetry use that make their work timeless?
Do you want to get published and share your poems with a larger audience?
Dates out soon!
learn, read, write, share.
take the Bombay review workshop.
- Dates and time for upcoming slots out soon!
- $100 for the complete two-hour workshop, inclusive of all resources, publication, and more. Limited spots only.
Walk you through haibun and haiku. Read and discuss several examples. Provide tips and tricks to take your poems to the next level. Move beyond the basics and dive deep into technique and form.
- Use different exercises and prompts to write several poems. Learn to leverage your strengths to write poetry that is meaningful and personal.
Share your works for critique from your peers and instructor. Receive continuous, one-on-one, detailed feedback from your instructor. Edit and revise your best poems to be considered for publication.
- Participant’s poems will be published on The Bombay Review ‘New Haibun Writing’ segment.
- All participants will receive a certificate.
All you need to do is show up (virtually, of course!)
Meet your instructor:
Rochelle Potkar is a fictionist, poet, critic, curator, editor, translator and haibuneer. Her book of haibun Paper Asylum was shortlisted for the Rabindranath Tagore Literary Prize 2020. Her poetry film Skirt showcased on Shonda Rhimes’ Shondaland. She was a creative-writing mentor at Iowa’s Summer Institute 2019.
Mail us to book a spot at the workshop with a screenshot of payment confirmation. Limited spots only. For queries: email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com