Workshops, Classes & Residencies Archive

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May 24, 2005, May 31, 2005, June 07, 2005, June 14, 2005, June 21, 2005, June 28, 2005

Brian Blanchfield
May 24, 2005, May 31, 2005, June 07, 2005, June 14, 2005, June 21, 2005, June 28, 2005

This workshop will focus on the generation of new poems with the obliging qualities of good maps—their sense of potential, their purposiveness, their capaciousness— supplemented by reading assignme

Brian Blanchfield
May 24, 2005, May 31, 2005, June 07, 2005, June 14, 2005, June 21, 2005, June 28, 2005

This workshop will focus on the generation of new poems with the obliging qualities of good maps—their sense of potential, their purposiveness, their capaciousness— supplemented by reading assignme

Brian Blanchfield
May 24, 2005, May 31, 2005, June 07, 2005, June 14, 2005, June 21, 2005, June 28, 2005

This workshop will focus on the generation of new poems with the obliging qualities of good maps—their sense of potential, their purposiveness, their capaciousness— supplemented by reading assignme

Brian Blanchfield
May 24, 2005, May 31, 2005, June 07, 2005, June 14, 2005, June 21, 2005, June 28, 2005

This workshop will focus on the generation of new poems with the obliging qualities of good maps—their sense of potential, their purposiveness, their capaciousness— supplemented by reading assignme

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

June 29, 2005, July 06, 2005, July 13, 2005, July 20, 2005, July 27, 2005, August 03, 2005

Douglas A. Martin
June 29, 2005, July 06, 2005, July 13, 2005, July 20, 2005, July 27, 2005, August 03, 2005

The things we expect in poetry—radical compression, flights of lyricism, strategic sequencing—can be used to create a new reasoning in prose, refocusing the readers’ attentions and expectations.

Douglas A. Martin
June 29, 2005, July 06, 2005, July 13, 2005, July 20, 2005, July 27, 2005, August 03, 2005

The things we expect in poetry—radical compression, flights of lyricism, strategic sequencing—can be used to create a new reasoning in prose, refocusing the readers’ attentions and expectations.

Douglas A. Martin
June 29, 2005, July 06, 2005, July 13, 2005, July 20, 2005, July 27, 2005, August 03, 2005

The things we expect in poetry—radical compression, flights of lyricism, strategic sequencing—can be used to create a new reasoning in prose, refocusing the readers’ attentions and expectations.

Douglas A. Martin
June 29, 2005, July 06, 2005, July 13, 2005, July 20, 2005, July 27, 2005, August 03, 2005

The things we expect in poetry—radical compression, flights of lyricism, strategic sequencing—can be used to create a new reasoning in prose, refocusing the readers’ attentions and expectations.

Douglas A. Martin
June 29, 2005, July 06, 2005, July 13, 2005, July 20, 2005, July 27, 2005, August 03, 2005

The things we expect in poetry—radical compression, flights of lyricism, strategic sequencing—can be used to create a new reasoning in prose, refocusing the readers’ attentions and expectations.

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