Poetry For Beginners A Writing Workshop With Pragya Bhagat

Poetry For Beginners: A Writing Workshop With Pragya Bhagat

Get started on your poetry writing journey with a strong foundation of all the tools and techniques needed to write soulful poetry

With Pragya Bhagat- Spoken-word poet and author of Yarn: An Interwoven Memoir


The Poetry For Beginners workshop will focus on bringing out your inner poet. Whether you’re just curious about poetry or are looking to hone your performing skills, you will work together to create, edit, and perform poetry with your peers and facilitator Pragya Bhagat.

As part of the 8-hour course, you will have both reading and writing assignments to build your logical, linguistic, and emotional intelligence. There will also be spaces for reflection and feedback in each session.

Poetry is meant to be enjoyed. Throughout the course, you’ll be reading poets from diverse backgrounds, including women, people of colour, and those from the LGBTQ community. So join Pragya Bhagat in this journey as we reflect, grow, and have fun.


21st/23rd/28th & 30th December 2020
Mondays & Wednesdays


6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (8 hours total)

Age Limit: 16 & Above

A Few Questions We’ll Be Exploring:

  • What is the difference between poems that are meant to be read and poems that are meant to be spoken?
  • What is the function of detail in poetry?
  • How can imposing limitations on your work expand it?
  • What are the tools in a poet’s toolbox?
  • How can we build a poetry community?
  • How can we use the poetry community to push ourselves?
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Meet The Instructor: Pragya Bhagat

Pragya is a spoken word poet, award-winning essayist, and author of two fascinating books: More Than a Memory and Yarn - An Interwoven Memoir.

Her work focuses on the intersection of themes such as mental health, belonging, and body image. Her poetry, essays, and fiction have been published in the Huffington Post, The Wire and Helter Skelter, amongst others. She currently lives in Goa.

Pragya has been conducting online workshops with Bound since May 2020 and has also been a mentor at Bound Writers' Retreat. She thinks of herself as an instructor and a facilitator, and is beloved by her students and the Bound Community!

Pay Rs. 1900

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Bound Testimonial

  • Loved the class. I particularly liked the fact that Pragya took the time to assess and provide feedback for our work. That was an insightful exercise - to be able to apply the learnings then and there.
    Prachi Gangwani
    Writing Platform Editor, Juggernaut Books, Mama to Keeping Zen
  • Classes with Pragya are an absolute delight! She creates a beautiful and safe space for all of us to interact, learn and enjoy ourselves thoroughly. I’ll surely be back for more.
    Pooja Makhija
    Director, Fashion Futures
  • I really enjoyed the class, especially listening to everyone share their poems (they were really nice). Looking forward to more classes.  ”
    Tamanna Shroff

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