About me: I came to poetry suddenly, specifically, at age 46. Of course everything was leading to it—my decades studying music, my lifetime of voracious reading, along with my pursuit of consciousness through meditation and yoga—it all snapped into place. Within seven years of beginning, I had my MFA and a book and had begun teaching adults, children and teens the craft of writing.

 

There is nothing like the feeling of a poem being born into the world through your own hands, but as satisfying for me is the joy of seeing a poem come to the world through one of my student’s hands. The world comes a little more clearly into focus the more we look at it together through the lens of poetry. I hope that you will join me in this venture.

Upcoming Classes and Readings

A Year in Poetry

First Saturday of each month,

beginning March 7

currently on Zoom--join from anywhere!

July 11 class on the the quiet but powerful poem of resistance

Ma

 

In Japan, Ma is the essential space of nothingness—the empty, the void.

 

I’ve been thinking about the in-between

places lately like the space between

words and the silence between notes

the summer between school years

the nights between days and how

essential the in-betweens are and what

I’m wondering is if death is the in-between

space or if life is

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