Poetry as Magic Writing Workshop: Writing Through the Work of Jack Spicer
Please note, this event has expired.
We will closely examine the writing of the Berkeley Renaissance poet Jack Spicer, using his style and approach to inform our own writing; workshop led by Napa County Poet Laureate Jeremy Benson.
Things fit together. We knew that–it is the principle of magic.Two inconsequential things can combine together to become a consequence. This is true of poems too.”
This workshop fits together two inconsequential things: the poetry of Jack Spicer and the poetry of you!
Jack Spicer co-founded the Six Gallery in San Francisco, famous as the venue where Allen Ginsberg first performed “Howl.” (And you may recognize his name from a few lines of poetry embedded in the sidewalk along the Embarcadero inView more
$100 + tax, which includes a copy of My Vocabulary Did This To Me
Tuesdays, October 9-November 13 (6 Weeks), 6-8PM
Please call the store at (707)733-3199 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up! Payment at the time of book pick up is required.
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
Additional time info:
In a separate but related event on Saturday, October 20, San Francisco at 4PM poet Kevin Killian will be at the Napa Bookmine for a reading of his work and an interview with Jeremy Benson about Killian’s work co-editing Jack Spicer’s collection and co-writing a biography of Spicer. More info here.
964 Pearl St., Napa, CA 94558