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October 22, 2004

Workshop
October 22, 2004

This comprehensive weekend-long seminar prepares participants to bring this highly successful program model to their own libraries.

December 11, 2004, December 12, 2004

Marjorie Welish
Master Class
December 11, 2004, December 12, 2004

This class will focus on developing critical skills, with attention paid to polished work and work in progress.

Marjorie Welish
Master Class
December 11, 2004, December 12, 2004

This class will focus on developing critical skills, with attention paid to polished work and work in progress.

January 29, 2005, January 30, 2005

Ron Padgett
January 29, 2005, January 30, 2005

In this two-day class, Ron Padgett will emphasize the writing of new work.

Ron Padgett
January 29, 2005, January 30, 2005

In this two-day class, Ron Padgett will emphasize the writing of new work.

April 28, 2005, May 05, 2005, May 12, 2005, May 19, 2005, May 26, 2005, June 02, 2005

Tina Chang
April 28, 2005, May 05, 2005, May 12, 2005, May 19, 2005, May 26, 2005, June 02, 2005

This workshop will explore the range of representations of the body in poetry and related topics such as identity, death, power, and eroticism.

Tina Chang
April 28, 2005, May 05, 2005, May 12, 2005, May 19, 2005, May 26, 2005, June 02, 2005

This workshop will explore the range of representations of the body in poetry and related topics such as identity, death, power, and eroticism.

May 01, 2005

Mary Kinzie
May 01, 2005

Mary Kinzie on the Stanzaic Lyric

May 04, 2005, May 11, 2005, May 18, 2005, May 25, 2005, June 01, 2005, June 08, 2005

Tracy K Smith
May 04, 2005, May 11, 2005, May 18, 2005, May 25, 2005, June 01, 2005, June 08, 2005

Lorca names the dark, unpredictable, often dangerous energy that art sometimes channels as Duende: “daemon, hobgoblin, keeper of the mystery, the roots fastened in the mire that we all kno

Tracy K Smith
May 04, 2005, May 11, 2005, May 18, 2005, May 25, 2005, June 01, 2005, June 08, 2005

Lorca names the dark, unpredictable, often dangerous energy that art sometimes channels as Duende: “daemon, hobgoblin, keeper of the mystery, the roots fastened in the mire that we all kno

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