“We’re all going to die, so we might as well enjoy this week of poetry, art and music while we can!” So said Clive Russell (AKA The Blackfish in Game of Thrones) as he cut the metaphorical red ribbon on #StAnza15—the eighteenth yearly StAnza festival, no less! 387 more words
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A fan of Austin Kleon work (Show Your Work & Steal Like an Artist) because they always appear at the right time, with pertinent advice, I am daring myself to go one step further and share some poetry in this space that I have already chosen to use mostly for writing about fiction. 287 more words
Poet Shara McCallum thinks there’s a wave of fear sweeping through society.
“I think people are afraid of poetry,” McCallum said. “They think that they can’t get it.” 618 more words
The Chautauqua Writers’ Center workshops for Week Two will focus on creating compelling heroes and breaking the chains of form in poetry.
Prose writer-in-residence Jonathan Eig will lead a workshop called “It Takes a Hero,” and poet-in-residence Shara McCallum will lead an advanced, two-week workshop called “Form Unbound.” Eig and McCallum will also give readings at 3:30 p.m. 526 more words