Denise Low is available for readings, workshops, presentations, and Skypes. She communicates poetic power of language in ways that inform and shape the lives of her audiences and students. Contact her kansaspoetry [at] gmail.com
Jan. 29, Feb. 5, 12, 26, Mar. 5, 12--Advanced Poetry Workshop, KC area or online, Poets as Innovators Study of individual poets who have had an influence on the American tradition, especially those who write prose poems, experimental work, inspiring work. We will take apart poems and see what makes them work. I remember my brother disassembling wristwatches and exposing all the tiny springs and gears. This course will do the same with poems. To join, email kansaspoetry[at]gmail.com see further details
March 8-10, Native American Literature Symposium, presentation on forthcoming book: Ledger Art Drawings of Fort Robinson Breakout Warriors (University of Neb. Press), Mystic Lake Casino, Minneapolis.
March 27-30 Associated Writing Programs, Portland, OR
April 26-28, Untitled Town Book and Author FestivalGreen Bay, Wisconsin, Presentation, Workshop: Food Memory – How to Spice Up Writing
May 2, 2019. University Women’s Club talk, 11:30 a.m., Malott Room of the Kansas Union, Lawrence, KS: Memoir in prose and poetry.
May 9, 5-7 pm Spencer Special Collections Library, reception in honor of Denise Low and the Spencer collection’s New American Poetry collection. Denise Low (MS 334) Open to the public.
June 23, Red Mountain Press Prize reading. As judge of this prize, I will be pleased to introduce the prize winner and read briefly. The 2018 winner is George Looney for What Light Becomes: The Turner Variations. Monica Prince wins the Discovery Award for her first book Instructions for Temporary Survival, Op Cit. Books, 2 pm