We’re almost a year into the pandemic and some of us are tired. Let’s admit it. Even in the midst of mental, physical, and emotional fatigue, there is
We’re almost a year into the pandemic and some of us are tired. Let’s admit it. Even in the midst of mental, physical, and emotional fatigue, there is a light that shines in all of us, waiting to melt through the layers of permafrost we’ve accumulated over the past twelve months. In this workshop, writers begin to melt through those layers with the penetrating force of poetry, create an atmosphere of resilience for those who may not have the strength to do so, and effectively use adversity to shift mindset.
This workshop is taught by Thomas Kneeland, Founder & Executive Director of The Kneeland Center for Poetry, Inc, a 501c3 organization that discovers, cultivates, and enhances the voices and works of underrepresented poets across the globe. The Kneeland Center has gained international following and participation through its digital publication, The Elevation Review, which publishes original poetry quarterly.
(Thursday) 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm MST