Saturday, September 14 | 1-3 pm
Writing workshop with Ellen Goldsmith
$30 to attend, cash or check day-of
Birds capture our interest, attention and imagination. What do we see in them and where do they take us? We’ll address this question from the perspectives of poetry and art. We’ll begin by exploring poems by accomplished poets that feature birds. Next we’ll spend time with Ann Craven’s Birds We Know. Prompts or springboards will suggest directions for writing a poem or a paragraph.
Workshop limited to 10 participants
To reserve a place, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ellen Goldsmith is a poet and teacher, author of Where to Look, Such Distances and No Pine Tree in This Forest Is Perfect which won the 1997 Slapering Hol Press Chapbook Award. Her poems have been published in numerous magazines including Antiphon, Connecticut River Review, Dash, Earth’s Daughters, Mount Hope, Off the Coast, Third Wednesday and The Westchester Review. She is professor emeritus of The City University of New York and lives in Cushing, Maine.