Part of the #OurStoriesOurLives Vermont Pride Celebration
Led by Elizabeth Mariani - Poet | Teaching Artist
All are welcome, including LGBTQ2 Women, Trans & Gender Non-Conforming.
Each class is an hour of writing prompts followed hour of workshop discussion on specific topics related to poetry.
Aug 8 - Developing Your Unique Style & Practice
Aug 15 - Poets Who Move Our Hearts
Aug 22 - Spoken Word
Aug 29 - Submissions Advice
Sept 5 - Group Performance
Elizabeth Mariani is a queer poet and teaching artist based in Vermont. Mariani’s poems have been published in The Buffalo News, Two Serious Ladies, PoemTown Randolph, Great Lakes Review, Artvoice, After The Pause, Fortunates, The Brooklyner, The Seneca Nation of Indians Newsletter, Hammered Out and Advaitam Speaks. Performances have taken place in Toronto, Ontario, Buffalo, NY and Bowen Island, British Columbia. Mariani’s latest workshop sponsored by Vermont Works for Women was with incarcerated women at the Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility in South Burlington. Mariani believes poetry is an underrated form of healthcare and water is life. Her teaching style is inclusive, vulnerable, direct and humorous.
Staff setup: 15 chairs, 3 tables, no AV.