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Remote 3-Hour Workshop: Joseph Stanton: Nature Poetry

Saturday, Sep 30 & Sunday, Oct 1  |  5-6:30pm ET 

Sep 30, 2023 | 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

$84.00 – $105.00

Nature Poetry

Learn strategies for writing poems inspired by landscapes in the natural world. Stanton offers prompts that derive from his experiences writing A Field Guide to the Wildlife of Suburban O‘ahu (Time Being Books, 2006) and Prevailing Winds (Shanti Arts, 2022), as well as nature-inspired poems by other writers. The workshop encourages participants to share their personal experiences with nature and poetry. Stanton’s class invites participants to write under the influence of flora and fauna, but each poet will ultimately determine where the poem needs to go. Click here to watch Joseph’s Hard Hat Reading!

Saturday, Sep 30 & Sunday, Oct 1  |  5-6:30pm ET  |  $105 ($90 for Members)

All are welcome, space is limited. A limited number of need-based scholarships are available. Please email support@poetshouse.org with any questions.


About the educator:

Joseph Stanton’s eight books of poems are Lifelines: Poems for Winslow Homer and Edward Hopper (2023), Prevailing Winds (2022), Moving Pictures (2019), Things Seen (2016), A Field Guide to the Wildlife of Suburban Oahu (2006), Cardinal Points (2002), Imaginary Museum: Poems on Art (1999), and What the Kite Thinks: A Linked Poem. For his poetry, Stanton has received a Tony Quagliano International Poetry Award and an Ekphrasis prize.

Stanton’s nonfiction books include: Looking for Edward Gorey, The Important Books: Children’s Picture Books as Art and Literature, and Stan Musial: A Biography. Stanton’s poems and essays have appeared in: Poetry, Harvard Review, Poetry East and many other journals. He is Professor Emeritus of Art History and American Studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.


While our physical space is closed for construction, workshops will be held over Zoom. While you can use Zoom from your phone or browser, we recommend downloading the desktop client. 

Admission $105 ($90 for Members)

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Date:
Sep 30, 2023
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Cost:
$84.00 – $105.00
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