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October 14, 2014

LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs
Workshop
October 14, 2014

How many languages/tongues do you speak? How many landscapes does your body navigate? How deeply do you listen? Does everything have to be completely understood?

LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs
Workshop
October 14, 2014

How many languages/tongues do you speak? How many landscapes does your body navigate? How deeply do you listen? Does everything have to be completely understood?

October 08, 2014

Jennifer Michael Hecht
Workshop
October 08, 2014

Our culture encourages us to only talk about the big questions through an examination of the everyday and the specific.

Jennifer Michael Hecht
Workshop
October 08, 2014

Our culture encourages us to only talk about the big questions through an examination of the everyday and the specific.

October 15, 2014

Natasha Sajé
October 15, 2014

The prose poem derives energy from the collision of opposites: realism and fantasy; poem and novel.

September 25, 2014

Douglas A. Martin
Workshop
September 25, 2014

In this seminar we’ll work outside of and between forms and search for logics poetic or otherwise in our fledgling pieces, letting what emerges from things currently tangled, broken or uncollected

September 20, 2014

Barbara Henning
September 20, 2014

In this workshop we’ll develop multiple ways of gathering material through writing and experimenting with journaling, researching and taking notes.

October 18, 2014

Lenelle Moïse
Workshop
October 18, 2014

This energetic workshop combines theater exercises and writing prompts to encourage writers to create irresistible characters for the stage. Bring a pencil and wear loose, comfortable clothing.

Natasha Sajé
Workshop
October 18, 2014

The term “narrative” is often misused, confused with realism or accessibility, but understanding narrative can strengthen poetry writing.

October 21, 2014

Valeria Luiselli by Dan Callister
October 21, 2014

The author of Faces in the Crowd and Sidewalks, novelist and essayist Valeria Luiselli uses the city to exercise a roving intelligence, seeking out the questions

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