Bring us your tired, your unfinished, your good-but-not-great. If now is the time for intensive feedback on poems you’ve been working on for a while, join us for a week-long intensive of examining each other’s poems. Each participant will offer a packet of five poems to the group. We’ll all offer detailed comments, then create assignments midweek to push the poems further into the final form they hope to find.
ELIZABETH BRADFIELD is the author of the collections Once Removed, Approaching Ice, and Interpretive Work. Her poems have appeared in The New Yorker, Poetry, Orion and elsewhere. In 2005, she founded Broadsided Press, an innovative, ekphrastic, public-spirited arts project, which she continues to run. Liz teaches creative writing at Brandeis University and in the University of Alaska’s low-residency MFA program, and she works as a naturalist on ships and at home on Cape Cod. www.ebradfield.com