Poetry in the Elements: Eco-Poetry through Earth, Air, Water, & Fire
Earth, air, fire, and water can form a foundation for writing poetry addressing climate change and climate crisis. In each session, we will engage with an element through focused class discussion, time to write a draft of a poem, and sharing those drafts with each other. Writers including Kimmerer, Roberson, Gander, and Perez, plus media from activist artists, will guide us as we write poems of response, compassion, and connection to history, both personal and public.
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Emily Wolahan (she/her) is the author of the poetry collection Hinge (NPRP 2015). Her poems have appeared in Puerto del Sol, Sixth Finch, Georgia Review, and Oversound, among other places. She holds an MFA from Columbia University and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Anthropology and Social Change (CIIS). She has been an editor at Two Lines Press and Jerry Magazine and is currently a Poetry Editor at Tinderbox Poetry Journal. www.emilywolahan.com