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A master class with Marilyn Chin, author of five poetry books and instructor of writing at universities around the world. Application deadline: November 6th.Find out more »
A master class with Shane McCrae, author of six books, including 2017 NBA Finalist In the Language of My Captor. Application deadline: October 30th.Find out more »
A master class with Tracie Morris: poet, performer, professor at Pratt Institute, and co-editor of Best American Experimental Writing 2016. Application deadline: October 23rd.Find out more »
In this workshop with Michael Broder, students will share and explore the myths and realities of inspiration and the sources of poetry within each of us.Find out more »
In this generative class with instructor Asiya Wadud, participants will push the visceral limits of themes in order to explore their many elements.Find out more »
Participants will consider memories, photographs and personal geographies as artifact in this workshop with t’ai freedom ford.Find out more »
Students will read and write poetry of reclamation, resistance, self-healing, and survival in this workshop with Bushra Rehman.Find out more »
In this workshop with Geoffrey Hilsabeck, students will read and write in and around the language of riddles, spells, oracles, kennings, and parables.Find out more »
This weeklong workshop brings together high school poets from around the city for a marathon session of writing, reading, and discovering poetry with instruction by professional poets. Lunch and Metrocards provided for all. Workshop participants will be selected through an application process. Full scholarships provided for students with need. A celebratory reading takes place Friday, July 20 at 6:00PM.
For more information, contact Lucy Dunphy Barsness at 212-431-7920, ext. 2825 or email email@example.com.
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The page is a space for any transformation, ritual, or spell to occur. We will begin our class by taking Jack Spicer’s “Poetry as Magic” workshop questionnaire (which he employed in the Bay area in the 1950s) and learning about our ethics as poets while fully diving into the unconscious. How do you write about the self by looking at the world and away from the self? Is the imagination the most personal and unknowable thing we have? What is…Find out more »