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Experimental Poetry Craft Class with Sarah Vap via Zoom
April 18 @ 12:30 pm - 4:30 pmFree – $124
This class is 4hour experimental craft class focusing on poetry. It will be taught online using Zoom. Login instructions will be emailed at the time of workshop registration. Please check spam filters or email [email protected] with questions.
The Altman Persons of Color Scholarships are free and given on a first come, first served basis. Please notify us right away if your plans change and you cannot attend the class. We will then reopen the slot so another student may register. The Person of Color Scholarships and the Need Based scholarships are given to writers within the United States only. Thank you in advance for this consideration. NB: Please do not register for more than one scholarship class per month. Thank you.
Sarah Vap is an American writer and the author of seven books of poetry, poetics, and nonfiction. Her most recent book, Winter: Effulgences and Devotions, was published by Noemi Press in September of 2019. Her collection Viability (Penguin, 2016), was selected for the National Poetry Series; her book American Spikenard was awarded the Iowa Poetry Prize; her book Dummy Fire was selected for the Saturnalia Poetry Prize. She has been the recipient of a National Endowment of the Arts Fellowship, several research fellowships, and was recently the Distinguished Hugo Visiting Writer at the University of Montana. She received her BA from Brown University, her MFA from Arizona State University, and her PhD from the University of Southern California. Her work has been included in numerous anthologies and journals, including Best American Experimental Writing. She teaches in the MFA program in Poetry and Poetry in Translation at Drew University. Vap was raised in Missoula, Montana.