Skip to content

Wesleyan Virtual Group Reading

Online

Wesleyan University Press presents a virtual Sunday afternoon/evening reading with Ed Roberson, Brenda Coultas, Abigail Chabitnoy, and Will Harris. Enjoy from the comfort of your own home! 2pm CST / 3pm EST / 8pm GMT Ed Roberson was a 2022 finalist for the Griffin Poetry Prize for his collection Asked …

Free

Recurring

Poetry Course with Karen Solie

Online

“Poetry,” Laurent Dubreuil writes, “suggests thinking experiments for the unthinkable.” How might we communicate experience in our poems when the meaning of an experience, even to us, seems less than clear? How can we invoke in our poems those encounters whose intensity exceeds language? What is meant by “thinking on …

$535
Recurring

Poetry Course with Karen Solie

Online

“Poetry,” Laurent Dubreuil writes, “suggests thinking experiments for the unthinkable.” How might we communicate experience in our poems when the meaning of an experience, even to us, seems less than clear? How can we invoke in our poems those encounters whose intensity exceeds language? What is meant by “thinking on …

$535

Recurring

Poetry Course with Karen Solie

Online

“Poetry,” Laurent Dubreuil writes, “suggests thinking experiments for the unthinkable.” How might we communicate experience in our poems when the meaning of an experience, even to us, seems less than clear? How can we invoke in our poems those encounters whose intensity exceeds language? What is meant by “thinking on …

$535
Recurring

Poetry Course with Karen Solie

Online

“Poetry,” Laurent Dubreuil writes, “suggests thinking experiments for the unthinkable.” How might we communicate experience in our poems when the meaning of an experience, even to us, seems less than clear? How can we invoke in our poems those encounters whose intensity exceeds language? What is meant by “thinking on …

$535
Recurring

Poetry Course with Karen Solie

Online

“Poetry,” Laurent Dubreuil writes, “suggests thinking experiments for the unthinkable.” How might we communicate experience in our poems when the meaning of an experience, even to us, seems less than clear? How can we invoke in our poems those encounters whose intensity exceeds language? What is meant by “thinking on …

$535
Recurring

Poetry Course with Karen Solie

Online

“Poetry,” Laurent Dubreuil writes, “suggests thinking experiments for the unthinkable.” How might we communicate experience in our poems when the meaning of an experience, even to us, seems less than clear? How can we invoke in our poems those encounters whose intensity exceeds language? What is meant by “thinking on …

$535