Some of my favorite things: poetry, farmland, and food
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Cheese, donkeys. ducks, eggs, herbs, and sheep! It's a wonderful litany of some of the joys of Harmony Fields where I will be teaching a half day poetry workshop very soon! I first met Jess Gigot when she contacted me for some advice when her poetry collection, Flood Patterns, which was about to be released. We met over Skype(!) and I advised her on book promotion, tours, and travel --- but honestly, she had figured out much of the poetry biz for herself. As a farmer, fiction writer, musician, poet, and visual artist --- she is a woman of many talents which is why I'm so happy to be teaching at her farm!
Bow-Edison is an easy drive from Seattle and a gorgeous place to stop at the many farm stands and one of the coolest bakeries anywhere in the world, Bread Farm. It is worth the trip just to visit this world-class bakery!
Okay. I meant to write about my upcoming class on "The Poetry of Travel: How to Write of the Extraordinary," but I've gotten carried away thinking of miniature donkeys and bread!
Here's a little information about my class! Limited to 12 participants; we welcome all people! Please know that travel can mean to travel back in time; to travel via the imagination; to travel towards the future.
The Poetry of Travel: How to Write of the Extraordinary
Instructor: Susan RichWebsitehttp://poet.susanrich.net/
Date September 22, 2018: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
LocationHarmony FieldsCost (including lunch) $80.00
Contact360-941-8196 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To register: check out Harmony Fields Event Page