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October 12, 2006, October 19, 2006, October 26, 2006, November 02, 2006, November 09, 2006, November 16, 2006

October 12, 2006, October 19, 2006, October 26, 2006, November 02, 2006, November 09, 2006, November 16, 2006

This is a workshop for poets who are looking to enrich and enliven their writing practice, creating new and expansive possibilities for the poem.

October 12, 2006, October 19, 2006, October 26, 2006, November 02, 2006, November 09, 2006, November 16, 2006

This is a workshop for poets who are looking to enrich and enliven their writing practice, creating new and expansive possibilities for the poem.

October 12, 2006, October 19, 2006, October 26, 2006, November 02, 2006, November 09, 2006, November 16, 2006

This is a workshop for poets who are looking to enrich and enliven their writing practice, creating new and expansive possibilities for the poem.

October 18, 2006, October 25, 2006, November 01, 2006, November 08, 2006, November 15, 2006, November 22, 2006

Sina Queyras
October 18, 2006, October 25, 2006, November 01, 2006, November 08, 2006, November 15, 2006, November 22, 2006

Whether Anne Carson responds to Virginia Woolf or Samuel Beckett, or Caroline Bergvall composes with Dante, poets enter each other’s texts directly and indirectly.

Sina Queyras
October 18, 2006, October 25, 2006, November 01, 2006, November 08, 2006, November 15, 2006, November 22, 2006

Whether Anne Carson responds to Virginia Woolf or Samuel Beckett, or Caroline Bergvall composes with Dante, poets enter each other’s texts directly and indirectly.

October 10, 2006, October 17, 2006, October 24, 2006, October 31, 2006, November 07, 2006, November 14, 2006

Sharon Dolin
October 10, 2006, October 17, 2006, October 24, 2006, October 31, 2006, November 07, 2006, November 14, 2006

According to W. H. Auden, a poet feels most like a poet when making the last revision to a new poem. Yet so many times we get stuck in an early draft of a poem and don’t know how to proceed.

Sharon Dolin
October 10, 2006, October 17, 2006, October 24, 2006, October 31, 2006, November 07, 2006, November 14, 2006

According to W. H. Auden, a poet feels most like a poet when making the last revision to a new poem. Yet so many times we get stuck in an early draft of a poem and don’t know how to proceed.

October 07, 2006, October 14, 2006, November 04, 2006, November 18, 2006

October 07, 2006, October 14, 2006, November 04, 2006, November 18, 2006

October 10, 2006, October 17, 2006, October 24, 2006, October 31, 2006

October 10, 2006, October 17, 2006, October 24, 2006, October 31, 2006

October 27, 2006

October 27, 2006

This seminar prepares participants to apply the successful PITB model to their own libraries.

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