MASTER CLASS with Tracie Morris


Saturday, November 3, 2 – 6pm

Sunday, November 4, 12 – 4pm


Tracie Morris is a poet, performer, and professor at Pratt Institute. She is the recipient of both NYFA and Creative Capital grants, and her sound installations have been featured at MoMA and the Whitney Biennial, among other sites. Her many poetry collections include handholding: 5 kinds. With Charles Bernstein, she co-edited Best American Experimental Writing (2016).

Accepted students must pay the full admission, $395, before the start of the class.  Please upload three poems in a single document by the designated deadline. No names or addresses should appear in the document itself. 

MASTER CLASS with Shane McCrae


Saturday, November 10, 2 – 6pm

Sunday, November 11, 12 – 4pm


Shane McCrae is the author of six books of poetry, including The Gilded Auction Block and In the Language of My Captor, a 2017 finalist for the National Book Award. His honors include a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Whiting Award, and the Kate Tufts Discovery Award. He teaches in the MFA program at Columbia University.
 

 Accepted students must pay the full admission, $395, before the start of the class.  Please upload three poems in a single document by the designated deadline. No names or addresses should appear in the document itself. 

MASTER CLASS with Marilyn Chin
 

Saturday, November 17, 2 – 6pm

Sunday, November 18, 12 – 4pm
 

Marilyn Chin is the author of five poetry collections, including this year’s A Portrait of the Self as Nation: New and Selected Poems. Her work has appeared in The Norton Anthology of Contemporary PoetryThe Norton Anthology of Literature by Women, and Best American Poetry. She has taught worldwide, including at universities in Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore, Hong Kong, Manchester, Sydney, Berlin, Iowa and elsewhere.  She is Professor Emerita at San Diego State University.

Accepted students must pay the full admission, $395, before the start of the class.  Please upload three poems in a single document by the designated deadline. No names or addresses should appear in the document itself.
 

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