The Poet’s Inner Landscape

What is yours?

We had a wonderful time at Flagger College in St. Augustine, FL, teaching a workshop for the PoetFest called Everything’s a Song: Transcending Time and Space in Poetry. We used a poem from each of the collections illustrated in the bibliography here (including a sneak preview at my upcoming book) to talk about the inner landscape implied in each poem, as well as ways to suss out our own landscape for each poem and our work as a whole. I strongly recommend each of these books to you!

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