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Hell's PavementWallson Glass in Nebraska–October 29, 2016

Poets of Omaha! Join Wallson Glass for a day of poetry. I am excited to be able to spend the day with you steeped in language, strange documents, and the mining of memories and dreams as we make a number of poems in a very short time. This event brought to you by the Nebraska Writers Collective with help from Humanities Nebraska and the University of Nebraska at Omaha MFA in Writing Program.

Date and Time: Saturday, October 29, 1:00-3:00pm

Tuition: Free for all

Location: The Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center, Room 201
6400 South, University Drive Road North, Omaha, Nebraska 68182

 

 

Sleepers Awake: Twenty Poems in a Night #2–Saturday, October 1, 2016

Wakings and fallings asleep in a late-night poem-making session.

Date and Time: Saturday, October 1, 10:00pm-2:00am

Tuition: $100/ $75 for students

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

The Golden Beetle: Twenty Poems in a Day #23–Saturday, September 10, 2016     CLASS FULL–Check back in coming days for next session

Join Wallson Glass and fellow poets for a day of poem-making. Four hours of writing experiments, using an array of texts to create collages of language and thought in the course of adding to the “stock of available reality.” Our day’s work: to watch as language and thought, dreams, lists, technical journals, field guides, tracts and herbal tomes swirl into our memories and dreams and form strange syntheses; to reorder our experience of living in the world of things and ideas as poets and human beings. And to write as much as you have ever written in one day. The transformation of the real and the making of speculative worlds. Living in and through the imagination.

Date and Time: Saturday, September 10, 2:00-6:00pm

Tuition: $100/ $75 for students

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

Live in the World of Tomorrow…Today: Twenty Poems in a Day #22–Saturday, July 16, 2016

An intensive four hours of poem-making: the transformation of the real and the making of speculative worlds. Living in and through the imagination. Giant free catalog….

Date and Time: Saturday, July 16, 2:00-6:00pm

Tuition: $100/ $75 for students

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

 

Mac Zimmerman sketchSketchbooks: Twenty Poems in a Day #21–Saturday, June 18, 2016

There is something exciting about sketchbooks–when you page through an artist’s sketchbook you can see the mind at work, not concerned with perfection but rather with the act of getting things down. It is the place where artists play, experimenting with materials, learning their possibilities and limitations and discovering how materials can make exciting visions of the way the world is and can be. In this seminar, we will let the imagination roam through our poem “sketchbooks”, experiencing beautiful imperfectness that is the ingathering of the world into strange new shapes, lines, shadings. A day of intensive poem-making.

Date and Time: Saturday, June 18, 2:00-6:00pm

Tuition: $100/ $75 for students

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

Sleepers Awake: Twenty Poems in a Night #1–Saturday, June 11, 2016

Wakings and fallings asleep in a late-night poem-making session.

Date and Time: Saturday, June 11, 10:00pm-2:00am

Tuition: $100/ $75 for students

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

specimens of table glass Strange Vessels: Twenty Poems in a Day #20–Saturday, May 21, 2016

Strange vessels. Makers and their inexhaustibly various materials. Rearrangements of language and rhythm and color into the presentation of world and worlds.  Join Wallson Glass, Geoffrey Nutter, and a group of fabulous fellow poets (current and former MFA Poets, poets who have published one or more books, aspiring poets, etc.) for an afternoon of poem making. An afternoon of employing sometimes beautiful, sometimes unpolished, and sometimes refractory materials in the making of iridescent vessels: the artifacts of a transformed present and alternative futures. In this vigorous seminar we will write ourselves into a replenishing exhaustion and a state of sustained lucid dreaming.

Date and Time: Saturday, May 21, 2:00-6:00pm

Tuition: $100/ $75 for students

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

The voices of timeSelves: Twenty Poems in a Day #19 Saturday, April 16, 2016

Rearrangements of language and rhythm and color into the presentation of world and worlds.  Join Wallson Glass, Geoffrey Nutter, and a group of fabulous fellow poets (current and former MFA Poets, poets who have published one or more books, aspiring poets, etc.) for an afternoon of poem making. In this vigorous seminar we will write ourselves into a replenishing exhaustion and a state of sustained lucid dreaming–speaking to the other selves we are; selves we didn’t know were ours; speaking in solitude as the act of community it necessarily is; speaking to language; finding ourselves by looking for something else. Class will fill up fast, so please register to ensure a spot at the table.

Date and Time: Saturday, April 16, 2:00-6:00pm

Tuition: $100/ $75 for students

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

Making Worlds: A Poetry Workshop April 14-May 19, 2016

Please join me for this Poetry Seminar and Workshop, which will begin on April 14. This six-week session will be for serious poets: those who have recently earned an MFA in poetry or are considering doing so in the near future; those who are working on a poetry manuscript or individual poems with a view toward publication; those who are currently undergrads who have decided to utterly change the direction of their lives through poetry; those who have, in their private hours, found that they are driven by compulsion to spend more hours than any person should normally spend in the pursuit of finding the precise words for saying something that has never before been said, etc. We will read a lot of poetry, talk about a lot of poetry, write a lot of poetry among friends and kindred spirits.

Tuition is $400.

For experienced poets as well as those who are starting out.

Dates: Thursdays–April 14-May 19, 2016

Time: 6:00-9:00 pm.

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to join this class and pay tuition.

 

Twenty Poems in a Day #18 Saturday, March 12, 2016

Inspired by anything and everything in the world of words and things, we will spend an entire afternoon constructing poems that will surprise ourselves and each other. This promises to be a productive afternoon and a triumph of the imagination over the forces of evil.

Date and Time: Saturday, March 12, 2:00-6:00pm
Tuition: $100/ $75 for students
Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

Internal Structure of Crystals: Twenty Poems in a Day #17 Saturday, February 6, 2016

Date and Time: Saturday, February 6, 2:00-6:00pm
Tuition: $100/ $75 for students
Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan
*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

 

The Strange Alphabet: Twenty Poems in a Day #16 Saturday, January 16, 2016     SESSION FULL–PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR FEBRUARY SESSION Further adventures in poesy for the New Year: four hours of poem-making, lucid dreaming, hallucinatory wakefulness, elated exhaustion, with friends and kindred spirits.

Date and Time: Saturday, January 16, 2:00-6:00pm   

Tuition: $100/ $75 for students

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

Twenty Poems in a Day #15  Saturday, November 21, 2015    ONE SPACE LEFT 

More adventures in poesy: four intense hours of poem-making, lucid dreaming, hallucinatory wakefulness, elated exhaustion, with friends and kindred spirits.

Date and Time: Saturday, November 21, 2:00-6:00pm   

Tuition: $100/ $75 for students

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

Confidenza-IconologiaTwenty Poems in a Day #14  Saturday, October 24, 2015

More adventures in poesy: four intense hours of poem-making, lucid dreaming, hallucinatory wakefulness, elated exhaustion, with friends and kindred spirits.

Date and Time: Saturday, October 24, 2:00-6:00pm   

Tuition: $100/ $75 for students

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

blast furnacePlants…Seashells…Blast Furnaces:  A Poetry Workshop September 17-October 22, 2015

In his beautiful meditation on seashells, Paul Valery observed how “we can conceive of the structure of these objects, and this is what intrigues us. Although we ourselves were formed of imperceptible growth, we do not know how to create anything in that way.” Coleridge compared the action of the imagination to the organic process of growth–a process of natural and elemental spontaneity. In this six-week workshop, we will approach our poems as the results of organic and strangely living processes of growth. But we will expose our poems to the transformative processes of the “blast furnace”–our honed critical apparatus. Classes will consist of writing exercises, workshop, and discussion.

And there will be wine. I hope to see you on these six Thursday evenings in the early fall with like-minded friends.

Six Thursdays,  September 17-October 22, 2015

Time: 6:00-8:30 pm.

Location: Inwood, Upper Manhattan (exact location to be announced)

Tuition is $400.

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition. For more information, go to “speak to me” page and…speak to me.

 

new paraguayan stampStrange Seasons: Twenty Poems in a Day #13  Saturday, September 12, 2015

More adventures in poesy: four intense hours of poem-making, lucid dreaming, hallucinatory wakefulness, elated exhaustion, with friends and kindred spirits.

Date and Time: Saturday, September 12, 2:00-6:00pm   

Tuition: $100/ $75 for students

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

 

de heem with pea podsRearrangements: Twenty Poems in a Day #12  Saturday, July 11, 2015

Rearrangements of language and rhythm and color into the presentation of world and worlds. Join Wallson Glass, Geoffrey Nutter, and a group of fabulous fellow poets (current and former MFA Poets, poets who have published one or more books, aspiring poets, etc.) for an afternoon of poetry writing. In this vigorous seminar we will write ourselves into a replenishing exhaustion and a state of sustained lucid dreaming. Class will fill up fast, so please register to ensure a spot at the table.

Date and Time: Saturday, July 11, 2:00-6:00pm  

Tuition: $100/ $75 for students

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

List of Illustrations

List of Illustrations: Twenty Poems in a Day #11 Saturday, June 20, 2015   

Join Wallson Glass, Geoffrey Nutter, and a group of fabulous fellow poets (current and former MFA Poets, poets who have published one or more books, aspiring poets, etc.) for an afternoon of poetry writing. In this vigorous seminar we will write ourselves into a replenishing exhaustion and a state of sustained lucid dreaming.

Date and Time: Saturday, June 20, 2:00-6:00pm   CLASS FULL–Please check back soon for July session

Tuition: $100/ $75 for students

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

perpetual motion and poppyThings: Twenty Poems in a Day #10 Saturday, May 9, 2015

Join Wallson Glass and fellow poets for a day of writing. Four hours of writing experiments, using an array of texts to create collages of language and thought in the course of adding to the “stock of available reality.” Our day’s work: to watch as language and thought, dreams, lists, technical journals, field guides, tracts and herbal tomes swirl into our memories and dreams and form strange syntheses; to reorder our experience of living in the world of things and ideas as poets and human beings. And to write as much as you have ever written in one day.

Date and Time: Saturday, May 9, 2:00-6:00pm   Two spaces left  

Tuition: $100/ $75 for students

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

The winged lion

Winged Lions: Twenty Poems in a Day #9  Saturday, March 14, 2015

As poets, one response to the destruction of beautiful art is to make something beautiful. In honor of the ancient and fantastic artifacts destroyed at the museum of Mosul, an afternoon dedicated to the imagination. Four hours of writing experiments on a Saturday afternoon, using divers texts to create collages of language and thought in the course of adding to the “stock of available reality.” In times like these, the work of the imagination is essential and transformative.

Date and Time: Saturday, March 14, 2:00-6:00pm

Tuition: $75

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

An early hydrogen balloonClouds: Twenty Poems in a Day #8  Saturday, February 7, 2015

Further adventures in poesy. Four hours of writing experiments on a Saturday afternoon, using divers texts to create collages of language and thought in the course of adding to the “stock of available reality.” Our day’s work: to watch as language and thought, dreams, lists, technical journals, field guides and tracts and herbal tomes swirl into our memories and dreams and form strange syntheses; to reorder our experience of living in the world as poets and human beings. And to write as much as you ever written in one day. In times like these, the work of the imagination is essential and transformative.

Date and Time: Saturday, February 7, 2:00-6:00pm

Tuition: $75

Location: The Home of Wallson Glass, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

pink birds

Strange Interchanges: A Poetry Workshop January 8-February 12, 2015

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Six Thursdays, January 8-February 12, 2015

Time: 6:00-8:30 pm.

Location: Inwood, Upper Manhattan (exact location to be announced)

Tuition is $400. This includes a one-on-one conference.

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition. For more information, go to “speak to me” page and…speak to me.

 

 

i am the walrus

A Prism of the First Order: A Poetry Workshop October 22-December 3, 2014 (no class 11/26)

NOTE NEW START DATE: CLASS WILL BEGIN OCTOBER 22

Please join us for six evenings of poetry discussion, critique, writing experiments, and the good company of kindred spirits and fellow poets. Participants in Wallson Glass have included numerous poets who have published one or more volumes, recent graduates of fine MFA schools, professors of various fascinating areas of study, pastors, artists, emerging poets, directors of fabulous writing programs, etc.

Dates: Six Wednesdays, October 15-November 19, 2014

Time: 6:00-8:30 pm.

Location: Our Saviour’s Atonement Church on Bennet and 189th Street in Washington Heights.

Tuition is $400. This includes a one-on-one conference.

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

 Les songes drolatique 2 fishEven More Endless Amusements: Twenty Poems in a Day #7

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Join Wallson Glass and a fantastic group of fellow poets in a day of poem-writing. Four hours of prompts ensuring you will write a chap-book’s worth of poems, using divers texts to create collages of language and thought in the course of adding to the “stock of available reality.” A wonderful “trial of invention.”

Date and Time: Saturday, September 27, 2014, 2:00-6:00pm

Tuition: $75

Location: A Public Space (323 Dean Street, Brooklyn)

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

yugoslavian monument 4Wallson Glass In BrooklynTwenty Poems in a Day #6–Saturday, July 12, 2014

Further adventures in poesy will take place at A Public Space in Brooklyn. Four hours of writing experiments on a Saturday afternoon, using divers texts to create collages of language and thought in the course of adding to the “stock of available reality.”

 

 

Date and Time: Saturday, July 12, 2:00-6:00pm

Tuition: $75

Location: A Public Space, 323 Dean Street, Brooklyn.

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

Arcimbolo spring

A Fine Excess: Poetry To the Edge of Summer–May 14-June 18, 2014

“I think Poetry should surprise by a fine excess and not by Singularity—it should strike the Reader as a wording of his own highest thoughts, and appear almost a Remembrance…”  -John Keats

Please join me for this Poetry Seminar and Workshop, which will begin on May 14. This six-week session will be for poets who have recently earned an MFA in poetry or are considering doing so in the near future; who are working on a poetry manuscript or individual poems with a view toward publication; who are currently undergrads who have decided to utterly change the direction of their lives through poetry; who have, in their private hours, found that they are driven by compulsion to spend more hours than any person should normally spend in the pursuit of finding the precise words for saying something that has never before been said. Tuition is $400. This includes a one-on-one conference. For experienced poets as well as those who are starting out.

Dates: Wednesdays, May 14-June 18, 2014

Time: 6:00-8:30 pm.

Location: Our Saviour’s Atonement Church on Bennet and 189th Street in Washington Heights.

*Please go to “Register” page to join this class and pay tuition.

 

piranesiEndless Amusements: Twenty Poems in a Day #5–Saturday, May 10, 2014

Further adventures in poesy. Four hours of writing. It is not often that we are able to actually sit and write poems for four hours at a stretch. You will do it on this Saturday. And with the help of exercises that will add to your “stock of available reality.”

 

Date and Time: Saturday, May 10, 2:00-6:00pm

Tuition: $75

Location: Our Saviour’s Atonement Church, Upper Manhattan

*Please go to “Register” page to sign up and pay tuition.

 

 

maskTrials of Invention: Twenty Poems in a Day #4–Saturday, April 12, 2014

Keats’s great poem “Endymion” was the result of what he called his “trial of invention.” He set himself the task of writing four thousand lines of sustained beauty and intensity. In the process of this hard work, Keats would transform himself into poet. Through an arbitrary plan and much labor, Keats conceived a sublimely strange and inspired poem. Taking Keats’s ambition as a model, we will engage in our own attempt to create beautiful work through a series of seemingly arbitrary “trials.” Over a few hours of intense writing, you will make a substantial body of work–poems or beginnings of poems or parts of poems you can work with later.

Date and Time: Saturday, April 12, 2014 from 2:00-6:00pm.

Tuition: $75.00

Location: Our Saviour’s Atonement Church on Bennet and 189th Street in Washington Heights.

*Please go to “Register” page to join this class and pay tuition.

cyclamenTwenty Poems in a Day #3–Saturday, March 15, 2014

We will write many poems under time constraints, and you will leave the seminar with beautiful and extraordinary poems and beginnings of poems. You will write in ways that you likely have never tried. Being in a group of other poets who are writing under time constraints will force you to be alert and exercise a sense of non-attachment that will lead to surprising moments of intuition and beauty.

Date and Time:  Saturday March 15, 2014 from 2:00-6:00pm.

Tuition: $75

Location: Our Saviour’s Atonement Church on Bennet and 189th Street in Washington Heights.

*Please go to “Register” page to join this class and pay tuition.

 

 paraguay stamp finalThe World Reimagined–March 20-May 1, 2014

Please join me for this Poetry Seminar and Workshop, which will begin on March 20. This six-week session will be for serious poets: those who have recently earned an MFA in poetry or are considering doing so in the near future; those who are working on a poetry manuscript or individual poems with a view toward publication; those who are currently undergrads who have decided to utterly change the direction of their lives through poetry; those who have, in their private hours, found that they are driven by compulsion to spend more hours than any person should normally spend in the pursuit of finding the precise words for saying something that has never before been said, etc. You will read a lot of poetry, talk about a lot of poetry, write a lot of poetry. Most importantly, we will have fun while getting ourselves writing.

Tuition is $400. This includes a one-on-one conference.

For experienced poets as well as those who are starting out.

Dates: Thursdays–March 20, March 27, April 3, April 17, April 24, and May 1, 2014. (Note: no class April 10)

Time: 6:00-8:30 pm.

Location: Our Saviour’s Atonement Church on Bennet and 189th Street in Washington Heights.

*Please go to “Register” page to join this class and pay tuition.

 

future city, frank r paulThe Door into Spring: Twenty Poems in a Day -January 18

You must learn to sit down and write a poem while life is going on around you. This requires practice. We will write many poems under time constraints, and you will leave the workshop with beautiful and extraordinary poems and beginnings of poems. You will write in ways that you likely have never tried. Being in a group of other poets who are writing under time constraints will force you to be alert and exercise a sense of non-attachment that will lead to surprising moments of intuition and beauty. On this winter day, we will walk together through the door into spring.

Date and Time:  Saturday January 18, 2014 from 2:00-6:00pm.

LOCATION CHANGE–PLEASE EMAIL ME FOR LOCATION VIA “CONTACT ME” PAGE

*Please go to “Register” page to join this class and pay tuition.

 

yugoslavian monument 1The Ongoing Friendship: A Poetry Workshop/Seminar-January 2014

When we read the poetry of Keats, Bishop, Basho, Stevens, Dickinson, and Tu Fu, not as scholars but as human beings and as poets, we reach out over the centuries and touch hands with living people…and those people become not the remote Great Ones that we might have studied in school, but something much more human and intimate: that is, friends.

The “great” poets were, after all, just people like us, who were also trying to deal with the intractability of life and language. I believe that when we write a poem, we reinvent Poetry and renew ourselves. When we read a poem, whether written a thousand years ago or an hour ago, it is as if the poet has just finished writing it–the ink is still wet and the poet has handed the poem to us under the door.

This is a class for people who want to write poems and who want to read poems not as scholars but as poets. We will try to make poems of incandescent life and beauty and intensity and directness using the tools that poets of every place and time have used: image, music, form–as well as our dreams, experiences, and desires. I want us to think of the poets who have gone before us as fellow practitioners, as friends in the next room. We will strive for something that poems can give us: the newness that outlives time. And we will forge friendships with our fellow poets, those living and those dead, that will outlive time. To put this in a very simple way: we will write poems and discuss one another’s poems and think of ourselves as among friends, poets immediately present (in the room) and those present but unseen (in the next room). We will engage in writing exercises, and discussion and workshopping of each other’s poems. I think this will be an exciting experience for all of us.

For experienced poets as well as those who are starting out.

Date: January 8-February 12, 2014.

Time: 6:00-8:30 pm.

Location: Our Saviour’s Atonement Church.

*Please go to “Register” page to join this class and pay tuition.

 

 

Earth is but a starTwenty Poems in a Day

I am excited to announce one-day Saturday classes at Our Saviour’s Atonement Church in Upper Manhattan. The first will be an intense four hours of writing exercises (including a break) with the goal of leaving the class with a substantial body of raw material. Through a variety of different writing prompts you will write (or at least begin) more poems than you ever thought you might be capable of writing in an afternoon. This class is geared toward poets of all skill levels–published poets, casual poets, beginners, and all in between will gain from taking this class. If you feel like you ever suffer from “writer’s block”, this will give you tools to work with. The first class will be Sunday, January 4, 2014. The tuition is $75. To be held in the cozy church library.

Date and Time: Saturday, January 4 from 2:00-6:00pm.

Location: Our Saviour’s Atonement Church on Bennet & 189th Street, Washington Heights.

 

fantastic planet head with mindThree-Week Poetry Seminars: Pushing Toward Invention/Inviting Inspiration–December 2013

The poet John Keats felt the strong compulsion to write poems–but was haunted and intimidated by the feeling that he had nothing to say and nothing to write about. He faced this situation by writing through it, by setting himself a goal and challenging his own powers of invention to reach it. In the process he discovered himself as a poet. Many of us have felt the compulsion to write while feeling we have nothing to say. Others have felt they had something to say, but no way to get started writing. This class will focus on writing exercises, with the goal of leaving the class with a small collection of poems and an arsenal of strategies to begin and continue poems. Every student will have at least one poem discussed in class, as well as an individual conference.

This seminar will run for three weeks in December. There will be a Tuesday session and a Wednesday session, and both will take place at Our Saviour’s Atonement Church on Bennet and 189th Street. Tuition will be $200, which includes conference. Please email me or send a note through the Speak To Me page if you have any questions or would like further information. Here are the class dates:

 Tuesday Three-Week Session

December 3    6-8:30
December 10  6-8:30
December 17  6-8:30

Wednesday Three-Week Session

December 4    6-8:30
December 11  6-8:30
December 18  6-8:30

 

 

 wicker man catsBuilding Worlds: A Poetry Seminar and Workshop–October 16-November 20, 2013

Building Worlds: A Poetry Seminar and Workshop, will begin on October 16, 2013. This six-week session will be for serious poets: those who have recently earned an MFA in poetry or are considering doing so in the near future; those who are working on a poetry manuscript or individual poems with a view toward publication; those who are currently undergrads who have decided to utterly change the direction of their lives through poetry; those who have, in their private hours, found that they are driven by compulsion to spend more hours than any person should normally spend in the pursuit of finding the precise words for saying something that has never before been said, etc. You will read a lot of poetry, talk about a lot of poetry, write a lot of poetry. Most importantly, we will have fun while getting ourselves writing.

The tuition for the first course is $450. This includes an hour-long, intensive one-on-one conference. If you are interested or would like more information you can reach me at the Speak To Me page or at geoffrey_nutter@yahoo.com.

Dates and Time: Every Wednesday, October 16-November 20 from 6:00 to 8:00pm.

Location: Our Saviour’s Atonement Church on Bennet & 189th Street.

 

 

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Coming Soon:

  • Poetry classes for beginning and aspiring poets.
  • Saturday seminar/workshop/lectures, each three hours and each on a theme.
  • Poetry for Children.
  • Sleepless in Koreatown: All night poetry writing in Koreatown, NYC.