Dec 2: Brian Turner focuses on dreamscapes, poems of the underworld within, & that state where language and image meld as story gives way to song.
Dec 3: Kwame Dawes explores the possibilities inherent in thinking of the poetic line as a key source of great possibility and meaning in the poem.
Dec 9: examine overarching themes, hybridity, historical nuances, techniques, and writing with Anastacia-Renee.
Kay Ulanday Barrett delves into Disabled poetics and Crip Ecologies in their many hybrid, justice-informed, climate-aware, and multi-approach radiances.
Join Cynthia Cruz, Carlie Hoffman, and Allison Benis White for a remote celebration in honor of Cynthia Cruz's newest collection Back to the Woods.
Jan 6 – Jan 27: Esta Weiner leads us as we read our work aloud. We'll listen, discuss, and offer helpful responses. How do you serve your audience?
Jan 9-Feb 13: In this six-week reading, writing, and discussion course—explore the creation of speakers who are virtuous, special—and not quite real.
In this generative session, we will examine and discuss contemporary poetic series and sequences such as the sonnet crown and the serial poem.
Jan 24 - Mar 6: Neil Shepard takes us from first draft to final poem, with strategies for unlocking the full potential of content and form.