Participants will examine classic and contemporary poems in which the poet has dealt with important scientific and philosophical/social ideas of the time.
A celebration of the poet's 70th birthday and entire career with Galway Kinnell, Thomas Lux, Cynthia MacDonald, Grace Paley, Adrienne Rich and Jean Valentine.
Jane Cooper will read her work from the 1968 publication of Weather of Six Mornings, winner of the Lamont Poetry Award, through her upcoming volume of poetry Green Notebook, Winter Road.
Derek Mahon, one of Ireland’s most noted contemporary poets, will read and discuss the poems that emerged from Irish poet Louis MacNeice’s (1907-1963) sojourn in America.
Readings, demonstration and discussion with Jack Anderson, Kenneth King, Clarina MacLow, Jackson Mac Low , Michael Palmer, Ntozake Shange and Anne Tardos, with invited guest Bill T. Jones and others.
The poet’s vexed and persistent hunt through picture and sound-sign for directness and clarity and suggestiveness. Presentations and discussion.
Wallace Stevens wrote the “poetry is the search for the inexplicable.” Participants will discuss the last poems, trying to attend to their great mystery and great beauty.
This seminar will consider how landscapes, objects, animals and other people, essentially unknown to us, are brought alive in poetry.
Presentations and group discussion.
Robert Winner’s poetry read by Jane Cooper, Edward Field, Galway Kinnell, Thomas Lux and Sharon Olds.
This seminar will focus on how geography and culture impact on the metaphors, images and rhythms of the poetic voice.
Quincey Troupe will read his poetry and discuss the work of other writers whose voices have changed under the profound influence of “re-rooting” in new landscapes.
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