Leatha Kendrick’s fourth collection, Almanac of the Invisible, was published by Larkspur Press in 2014. Recent poems appear in The Southern Poetry Review, The James Dickey Review, The Southern Women’s Review, The Baltimore Review, Appalachian Journal, Still: An Online Journal, and elsewhere. Her poems, essays and fiction appear in anthologies, including I to I: Life Writing by Kentucky Feminists, A Kentucky Christmas; The Southern Poetry Anthology, Volume III: Contemporary Appalachia and What Comes Down to Us – Twenty-Five Contemporary Kentucky Poets. In addition to writing and teaching, her passions include four grandchildren, one small black dog, walking, knitting, cooking, and growing herbs.
With Leatha Kendrick.
What makes a poem matter? How can we reach past what we think we are able to say? Through a focused exploration of craft and through generating new work together, we will attempt the poems we are not able to write. Reading poetry–the great and the new–we will expand our sense of what is possible. Limit: 10 participants [ALL LEVELS]
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