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Simultanism: Words and Pictures, Reading and Looking

I’ve just had a love-my-job couple of weeks. This is possibly because it’s been quite a workshop-intense fortnight, and workshops are one of my favourite aspects of my job. 1,241 more words



I accidentally attended a workshop at the very excellent Scottish Poetry Library yesterday. ‘Accidentally’ because the workshop wasn’t exactly about what I though it was – my fault for not reading the small print in sufficient detail once again!   297 more words


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Interesting reflections from a participant in Saturday's Text & Image workshop at the Scottish Poetry Library - including a rather lovely film-poem he made afterwards.

CRAFT OF LITERARY 2.3: Featuring Kendall Dunkelberg - "Adapting a Traditional Form"

In this post, I will discuss how I adapted a form for my new book, Barrier Island Suite. I’ve been thinking about this a lot because my book is just out and because I am teaching a Forms in Poetry graduate class on free verse. 534 more words

Creative Writing

Ekphrasis: Flora and Fauna

*Guest post by the renowned Sirrah K. A. Pfotenhauer on his art project among nature this weekend.

When asked what the greatest contribution of humanity to the world is I answer with three  words, two things: Flora and fauna. 310 more words