“Why Must It Always End This Way?” Narrative Theory & Poetry Workshop with Natasha Sajé
Established
2014
Program Description
Students will examine narrative in the poems of Barbara Guest and John Ashbery, among others, and are invited to bring their own poems with narrative elements.
Programs/Year
1
Program Length
1 day
Program Focus
Poetry
Faculty
Westminster College and Vermont College of Fine Arts professor Natasha Sajé’s latest works are Vivarium and Windows and Doors: A Poet Reads Literary Theory.
Costs
$60
U.S. Locations
ny, New York
Months
October
Contact
Suzanne Lunden
Publicity & Marketing Coordinator
Poets House
10 River Terrace
New York, New York 10282
United States
Phone: 2124317920 x12818
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