"With no surroundings there can be no path, and with no path one cannot become free." |
In this writing workshop we will explore ecopoetics as a method of writing where craft models ecological processes like complexity, non-linearity, feedback loops, and recycling. Additionally, we will explore the call of the wild by practicing the sounding of what we write.
About the Instructor:
Sabrina Dalla Valle, MFA, is a writer of experimental texts. She is author of 7 Days and Night in the Desert (Tracing the Origin) selected by Mei Mei Berssenbrugge for Best First Book Award (2013, Kelsey Street Press) and Bee as Timbral Space : a post-geometric eclogue (2016, Logosophia Books). Her writing has been anthologized and archived in numerous venuesnotably Mindmade Books 2012 chapbook series; Alchemical Traditions (2013, Numen Books); University of Pennsylvanias The Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing (2014, PennSound); San Francisco State Universitys The Poetry Center Archives, 2014; UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, 2016. She is co-editor of Diaphany, a peer-reviewed journal and nocturne for the publication of written and visual work that explores phenomenological perception and authentic integral expression.
Saturday, July 8 (1:00-3:00pm)
LitSpace Literary Arts Institute at Morean Arts Center (View)
719 Central Avenue
Saint Petersburg, FL 33701
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|