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Winter Registration Dates

All registrations open at 10:30 am

$500+ Donor Registration (by phone only): November 20
Member Registration: December 1
General Registration: December 8

Early Bird Pricing November 30 through December 14:

  • $10 off classes that are one to three sessions
  • $20 off classes that are four to eight sessions
  • $30 off classes that are ten sessions or more

Early bird pricing will automatically apply at checkout. 

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Meditative Expectancy: Poetry as Daily Practice

Intermediate | How do we change when we write every day? How do we train the mind to make associations more quickly, to render our subjectivity into language with greater ease and fluidity? In this class, we will come together…

Course Type: 4 Sessions  |   Instructor: Mark Wunderlich

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Start Date: 03/02/2021 – 1:10 pm
This class is full

Mark Wunderlich

Mark Wunderlich's most recent book, God of Nothingness will be published by Graywolf Press in 2021. His other books include The Earth Avails, which received the Rilke Prize, Voluntary Servitude, and The Anchorage which received the Lambda Literary Award. He has published poems in the Paris Review, Poetry, The Nation, The New Republic, The New York Times Magazine, and his work has been widely anthologized. He has received fellowships from the NEA, the Amy Lowell Trust, Civitella Ranieri Foundation, The Wallace Stegner Fellowship Program and the Fine Arts Work Center, and elsewhere. He is the director of the Bennington Writing Seminars graduate writing program and has served on the Bennington College literature faculty since 2003. He lives in New York's Hudson Valley near the village of Catskill. More information can be found at www.markwunderlich.com.

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