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Writing Through the Divine with Dave Tilley (1-22-11)

For those of you who missed it the first time around, you have a second opportunity to take Dave Tilley’s work shop Writing Through the Divine, where you can engage in a small group that will explore how we can get out of ourselves while writing.  In other words Dave will facilitate the group’s looking into the question of “How do I take the artist out of the art.”

His workshop will take a beginner’s look at the use of symbol, mythology, and synchronicity in looking into what to write and discovering our language for doing so.  Some of you will remember that Dave Tilley spoke to Just Poets in August about Non-Egoic Poetics, touching upon topics this workshop will cover.

The workshop is open to the public, however Just Poets members get a nice discount. In order to keep the class at a very informal level, the class size is limited to 12. Registration ahead of time is required; to reserve a spot contact Dave via email dtilley(at)rochester.rr.com (replace “(at)” with “@”) to register.

The workshop will be held at The Carriage House, 693 East Avenue, Rochester, NY 14607 on Saturday January 22, 9:00 AM – 5:00 pm.  The cost is $60 for the  general public and $50 Just Poets members.

This class is in one week. Register now!

David Tilley is a writer and visual artist inspired by inner and outer landscapes. Traditionally his writing has been the poetry of place and meditation. More recently he has been driven by questions related to the reader as the bringer of meaning to the poetic work and the part played by juxtaposition and repetition in the creation and invention of new meaning. He has, over the last few years been experimenting with various forms of multiple authorship and has developed a strong belief in working at the level of the sentence. David has been published in Rag & Bone, HazMat Review, The Golden Lantern, World Haiku Review, Contemporary Haibun Online, and Modern Haiku. With Donna Marbach, he is o-author of Twisted Pair (FootHills Publishing).



2 Responses

  1. You have my email address wrong. It is dtilley (at) rochester (dot) rr (dot) com.

    You dropped the first letter. But Thanks for the plug.

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