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In this workshop, poets generate new work with the goal of surprising others and themselves.

Students work through radical revisions of at least one poem. The specifics of the weekly process and other individual goals develop in response to the interests and needs of the participants.

Starts Tue, Oct 16, 6:30-9 pm, $395

Manuscript submission required


Brief Biography
Rachel Zucker’s
books of poetry include Museum of Accidents, The Bad Wife Handbook, The Last Clear Narrative and Home/Birth (with Arielle Greenberg). She is co-editor of Starting Today: Poems for Obama’s First 100 Days.

“A poem isn't an egg (it doesn't have a body or thing-ness the way other 'real things' do), but a poem can strive to be faithful to the original (experience) and certainly a poem can be sincere. A poem is never going to be a copy of the real world or a mirror—it's always a translation of experience and another experience in and of itself,” Rachel Zucker in conversation with Travis Nichols at the Huffington Post.

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