Living in Long Poems: Online Seminar with Emily Hunt

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LIVING IN LONG POEMS 

with Emily Hunt

A five-week online seminar held over Zoom.

4:30pm to 7:00pm
Sundays, May 17 to June 14

Seminar fees are by donation. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. If you can, please donate through the "pay what you want" field above.

Great long poems create space for contradiction, drifting, deepening, dailiness, loss, epiphany, and revival. This seminar will focus on reading and discussing poems that stretch out over the length of chapbooks and full-length collections. In our time together, we’ll consider and engage with the voices, textures, resonances, and formal approaches of Saretta Morgan’s Feeling Upon Arrival, Simone Kearney’s My Ida, Alexis Almeida’s I Have Never Been Able to Sing, and Eleni Vakalo’s “Plant Upbringing” (in Before Lyricism). Taking cues from these writers and inspiration from assigned generative writing exercises, participants will draft a long poem of their own over the course of 5 weeks, sharing selections of it with the group as it develops.

Artists of all backgrounds are encouraged to participate.

* Limited to 12 participants, on a first-come, first-served basis.
  
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Emily Hunt’s
works include the chapbook Company (The Song Cave, 2019); the photography book Cousins (Cold Cube Press, 2019); and the full-length poetry collection Dark Green (The Song Cave, 2015), named a “standout debut” by Publishers Weekly. Hunt has taught writing and poetry at the University of Massachusetts–Amherst, Poets House, Brooklyn Poets, Westfield State University, the Juniper Summer Writing Institute, and Omnidawn Publishing. She has been a Visiting Writer at Reed College, UC Santa Cruz, and the University of Richmond. More info at emilyrhunt.org and on Instagram @its_ehu.

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