Six Wednesdays, Oct 11 - Nov 15: examine overarching themes, hybridity, historical nuances, technique, and writing with Anastacia-Renee.
6 Fridays: Oct 13-Nov 17: Daemond Arrindell helps us (de)construct circumstance and perspective, shape narrative and see all pieces of the puzzle.
Oct 14: Craig Santos Perez explores the most important poetic movement of our time—touching on ecology, environmental justice, and climate change.
Oct 15: Jessica E. Johnson explores the uses of associative language, which is at once a core poetic power and, at times, a fraught topic.
Six Mondays: 10/16 - 11/20: Michael Broder helps us discover and develop our poetic temperament using Gregory Orr's model.
Oct 28: Josephine Ishmon leads a celebratory reading class on poems about life, community, and what it means to live.
Oct 31 - Nov 21: Tacey M. Atsitty takes a historic look at multimodal emblem poetry (textual and visual literatures) and leads us to create our own.
Nov 5 - Dec 10: David M. Perkins leads a 6-week craft-based, hands-on workshop: bring your own poems—and bring a scalpel to dissect what works in a poem.
6 Thurs: Nov 9-Dec 21: Learn the rules then break them in the second iteration of this interactive and supportive workshop with Sarah Stern.