Zoom-Sharing the Creative Spark
With Margaret D. McGee
August 18, 2020
This relaxed and inviting 3-hour class focuses on lesser-known ways of approaching the “one-breath poem” commonly called haiku. Side-stepping the convention of counting syllables in three lines, we’ll explore techniques and ways of seeing that uncover energy and shared feeling in a moment of time. No poetry writing experience required. We ask that each participant come to class ready to approach haiku with “beginner’s mind.” (For more on “beginner’s mind,” see the Wikipedia entry for .)
Margaret D. McGee writes books about being alive in the cosmos, paying attention, and making connections. She is an experienced presenter and teacher, and a lay preacher and liturgist at her home parish, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Port Townsend, Washington.
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