This class will explore the concept of erasure poetry as a fundamentally queer practice, one with the capability to subvert and redirect power structures. Students will interact with a breadth of erasures and craft essays, as well as compile a folio of erasure poetry of their own. We will cover topics ranging from the origins and politics of the erasure poem all the way to the potentialities of a final product.
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Cass Garison has an MFA from the University of Washington and has work published in Gulf Coast, Bennington Review, Foglifter, Washington Square Review, Salamander, and others. They received the 2019 Frontier-Antioch Fellowship and the Academy of American Poets Prize. Find them at CassGarison.com.