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Jun
27
With its roots in Japan during the Middle Ages, the haiku–famous for its brevity and delicacy, its contemplation of nature and the passage of time–is one of the oldest poetic forms. And yet it can be a vehicle for writing contemporary poems that feel utterly of the present moment. Kevin ...
Start Date
Saturday, June 27th
Note
One-Time
Time
10:30am - 12:30pm
Cost
$30
Instructor
Kevin Nance
Venue
Online
Jul
2
In this class we will not only write and workshop individual poems but will work deliberately towards finishing a project. We will learn to understand the essence of the poetry book we’ve been writing and learn to help shape it into what it naturally desires to be. We will also ...
Start Date
Thursday, July 2nd
Note
Thursdays
Duration
July 2nd - August 20th
Time
5:15pm - 7:15pm
Cost
$175 (pay upon acceptance)
Instructor
Katerina Stoykova
Venue
Online
Jul
25
Whether it is Robert Frost’s walk through the woods on a snowy evening or Billy Collins’ creation of a lanyard at camp, specific events often serve as an anchor for poems that capture the mystery, majesty and humor of life. In this seminar, we’ll examine several poems that use specific ...
Start Date
Saturday, July 25th
Note
One-Time
Time
11:30am - 1:30pm
Cost
$30
Instructor
Ellen Birkett Morris
Venue
Online

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