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Dug up, Corrupted, Disarranged: Derived Poetry and Its Forms

Intermediate | In this course we’ll dig up, corrupt, and disarrange existing texts through forms like the glossa, and Terrance Hayes’s The Golden Shovel. We’ll also experiment with erasures and collage. Together we?ll look at the approaches and forms used by Amber Dawn, Srikanth Reddy, and Isobel O’Hare. Our first session will be largely generative; the second will begin with a discussion of plagiarism and recognition. Class will conclude with opportunities for students to share and receive feedback on their derived works.

Instructor: Wryly McCutchen

Class Type: 2 Sessions

Term: Winter 2020

Start Date: 03/14/2020

End Date: 03/21/2020

Days of the Week: Saturday

Time: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Minimum Class Size: 5

Maximum Class Size: 15

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Wryly McCutchen

Wryly T. McCutchen is a poet, memoirist, and Seattle Area native. Their work has appeared in Wilde Magazine, Alive With Vigor, and Raven Chronicles. Their poetry collection My Ugly and Other Love Snarls is available from University of Hell Press.

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