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What do we mean by "ecopoetry" and how can it help us reimagine our world? Through close readings of examples, in-class writing exercises, and group response, we will explore ways to tap the generative power of a particular place to engage our creative energies, to hone our voices, and to enact our connection to everything around us.
An award-winning poet, editor, and teacher of ecopoetry, Meredith Davies Hadaway is the author of Fishing Secrets of the Dead, The River is a Reason, and At the Narrows (winner of the 2015 Delmarva Book Prize for Creative Writing). She holds an MFA in Poetry from Vermont College of Fine Arts and serves as poetry editor for The Summerset Review. Hadaway is a former Rose O'Neill Writer-in-Residence at Washington College, where she taught and served as chief marketing officer for 30 years.
This workshop is offered by the Eastern Shore Writers Association in collaboration with the Lighthouse Literary Guild of Salisbury University. Author photo by Tamzin B. Smith.
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