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Generate a substantial amount of new writing fast in this three week long online intensive workshop. Join an esteemed faculty member in poetry who leads the group in experiments and prompts, explores new possibilities for individual projects, and guides in-depth discussion of student writing. Students receive close attention to their work and written feedback. Special emphasis is placed on creating a supportive and n...
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 2052 - NWRW 0727 A
  • Ossip, Kathleen
Jun 01 - Jun 18
Online
Summer 2020
Consider Aaron Smith’s vulnerable and piercing fourth collection of poetry, The Book of Daniel in a literary salon discussion with other writers and serious readers. This collection, “part pop-thriller, part queer rage, and part mourning” is nominated for the Publishing Triangle Thom Gunn Award in Poetry and revels in the beauty and difficulty of contemporary connection. Aaron Smith joins the salon for an online read...
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 2060 - NWRW 0722 A
  • Ossip, Kathleen
Jun 08 - Jun 11
Online
Summer 2020
A poet, visual artist, and performer, Juliana Huxtable has created a collection of poems and writing that considers authenticity and socialization in her debut book Mucus in My Pineal Gland. Join creative writing faculty member Justin Sherwood and a group of other writers and serious readers in this literary salon style discussion of this philosophical and startling book. Juliana Huxtable joins the class for an onlin...
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 2064 - NWRW 0721 A
  • Kerr, Theodore
Jun 15 - Jun 18
Online
Summer 2020
“If you can paint with a brush, you can paint with words,” a teacher told Joni Mitchell when she was in sixth grade. Just as language may be used in ways reminiscent of paint, it may also be observed as having musical and visual components as well. Open to all levels of experience, this poetry workshop considers how the arts influence and strengthen each other. How is writing a poem like composing a song, making a fi...
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 1121 - NWRW 3845 A
  • Tayson, Richard
Jun 01 - Aug 02
Online
Summer 2020
This study of musical poetics focuses on the buried linguistic and musical structures of poetry and on the way these structures create voice and meaning in a poem. We discuss the way music serves as a muse for the poet and creates a relationship between form and content. Some class time is devoted to close reading of established and younger poets representing different poetic styles, and to close listening to the voi...
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 1119 - NWRW 3205 A
  • Johnson, John
Jun 01 - Aug 02
Online
Summer 2020
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