Are you ready to turn your DEEPEST and DARKEST confessions into art? Join Beach Pride Events for a poetry workshop and open mic session with poet, writer, and CSULB alumna, Jessi Jarrin.
Jessi Jarrin is dedicated to creating an environment for students to grieve and celebrate their stories. She will begin the event with a writing workshop, guiding students through the art of self-expression and self-reflection. Later, students are given the opportunity to share poetry, songs, rap, short stories, and other forms of free-spoken words in a small and intimate environment.
This event is open to experienced poets, new poets, and any students looking for a space to share the highs and lows of quarantine. Students are also encouraged to attend the workshop and support the open mic, even if they choose not to perform.
All are Welcome!
Meeting ID: 875 4553 4702
Password: PoetryZoom Link
Feeling camera shy? Participants are welcome to share pre-recorded content. Video capability is not required, and audio capability is only required if you would like to perform.
About Jessi Jarin: Jessi Jarrin is a CSULB alumna with a BA in creative writing. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in the Santa Clara Review, ¡Pa'lante!, PSPoets, Dig Magazine, MadWomxn Magazine, Rice and Spice, Juiced! Magazine, and Prometheus Dreaming. Jessi also serves as a contributing writer for Antifragile and The Daily 49er and is the founder of "Grieving is Good for You," a virtual poetry workshop centered on the importance of expressing one’s joy and grief, launched early this year. Jessi hopes to soon pursue an MFA in creative writing and eventually teach at the college level. You can find her at www.jessijarrin.com.