Classes for Individuals:

Individual Tutoring Sessions: Mary Crow will read your poetry manuscript of eight pages and critique it in detail by phone for a half-hour conference (long distance or local). (The poems will be sent by regular mail or email two weeks before the conference.)


Individual Critique of a Book Manuscript: Crow will read your book and offer suggestions by phone for arrangement of the poems as well as comments on specific poems in the book.

 

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 Classes for Groups:

   

Local Workshops (Fort Collins): Weekly meetings for eight weeks. Students will distribute their poems at meeting for the following meetings and bring copies of poems for other students, two poems the first meeting. Class limited to 16 students. Intermediate Level. Local Workshops (Fort Collins): Beginning workshop available if there is enough interest.

One-day workshops are also available.

 


 Classes for Sponsors:

From Inspiration to Publication: Six Steps. This workshop gives participants an overview of the creative process for poets, moving from generating our own poems (several writing exercises will be included) through the ways we can feed our work through revision to the requirements for publication. The long version will be five hours and can be scheduled to include both morning and afternoon sessions or afternoon and early evening sessions or during one long afternoon.

From Inspiration to Publication: Six Steps. A shorter version with the emphasis on the visual aspects of poetry and relating poetry to the visual arts. Three hours.

Reading: Crow will present a selection of her work for the public.
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