Creating Regional Connections
Learn more about our new regional connections committee and meet the people from across our state who form it.
October 2022 Program
In our writing, regardless of genre, we often need some level of research. Presenter Melissa Helton will discuss genealogical research and the process of writing her current manuscript, a family memoir in verse investigating our history, interrogating what that means as the descendent of colonizers in a white supremacist US, and what can be done…
Tennessee Voices 2021-2022 Released
Tennessee Voices 2021-2022, PST’s anthology of winning contest poems (and more) is now available on Amazon for just $5.99. Order yours today!
September 2022 Program
A Poet in Progress: A Decade of Practice and Study As the 2022 PST Program Chair, this session will be a chance to get to know Lacy Snapp better as she shares her previous writing passions, such as ekphrastic poetry, working-class poetry, and ecological poetry. She will also describe her current endeavors and interests and discuss…
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