Click HERE to watch Jay Parini’s lecture, “Working with the Image: Inside to Out,” which was the sixth installment in Sundog’s Poets and Their Craft Lecture Series. Thanks to Northshire Books in Manchester Center for hosting the lecture, VT PBS, GNAT and MMCTV for recording the lecture, and the Vermont Humanities Council for your support!
Sundog Poetry C0-presidents Mary Jane Dickerson and Tamra Higgins had the honor of speaking about poetry and Sundog Poetry Center with host Ryan Spain on the new Vermont PBS program CONNECT. Watch the episode HERE.
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On June 25, Pamela Harrison delivered a compelling lecture at Bridgeside Books in Waterbury. Harrison discussed how we develop “rich banks of sensory memories” and that “poets count on this to stimulate the reader’s imagination so the reader begins to participate” in the “indirect narrative” of poetry. She also explained how particular poets deploy dramatic and thematic […]
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Thanks to MMCTV, you can now watch Neil Shepard’s lecture, “The Art of Concealing and Revealing in Poetry” in its entirety! Coming soon, Lecture 5 by Pamela Harrison. And don’t miss Jay Parini on Saturday, 6:00 pm, July 18 at Northshire Books in Manchester Center for his lecture, “Working with the Image: Inside to Out.”
Join Pamela Harrison, Bridgeside Books in Waterbury, and Sundog Poetry at Pamela’s lecture: “Grounding the Moment: Deploying Dramatic and Thematic Cues.” Thursday, June 25, 7:00. Free and open to the public with audience discussion to follow lecture. Sponsored in part by Vermont Humanities Council.
Join us Thursday, June 4 at 7:00 for Neil Shepard‘s lecture: “The Art of Revealing and Concealing in Poetry” at Vermont Studio Center’s Lowe Lecture Hall, presented in conjunction with Ebenezer Books! Audience discussion with the poet to follow. Free and open to the public!
Thank you, David Budbill, for a great talk at Galaxy Bookshop! Watch Sundog Poetry Center’s website for the vimeo of it, thanks to Hardwick Community Television. In the meantime, you can catch the first two lectures here!
David Huddle’s lecture: Formal Choice as the Path to Fresh Possibility, took place on April 23 at The Vermont Bookshop in Middlebury in front of a packed house. Thank you bookstore owners Becky Dayton and Jenny Lyons for being such gracious hosts! Through the use of selections from his poetry, Huddle showed how poetry “serves […]