Sunday, April 9, 9am-noon, $40
Dunbar Pavillion, 325 w. 2nd St, 85701
In this intensive workshop, we’ll look at how sonic intent, sonic exploration can be cultivated as way of creating page-based and physically-embodied poetics. We’ll explore how sound was a fundamental theoretical element in different poetic forms whether page-based or live, its relation to, and distinction from music and how performative utterances can present a distinct voice for the same poem on the page and verbalized. The workshop will consist of conventional and experimental poetry, free-writing, body work, play, writing and revision and of course, the live presentation of our work to each other.