Fall Craft Intensive: Bo Hee Moon


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Vulnerability and Intimacy with the Self in Poetry with Bo Hee Moon
Saturday, December 2nd
10 AM – 1 PM PST / 1 – 4 PM EST

In this generative workshop, we will practice nurturing a sense of vulnerability and intimacy with the self through a series of writing exercises. As an inclusive writing community, we will create a space devoted to opening to the richness of our perspectives and unique voices. We will explore questions intended to inspire reflection and creativity. What does being vulnerable in poetry look like? What is the value of being vulnerable in our poetry? In a world where there is tremendous joy and grief, how do poets relate to their inner landscapes in an intimate way that enhances their poetry? We will read poetry by Cathy Linh Che, Natalie Diaz, Donika Kelly, Li-Young Lee, Ada Limón, Ocean Vuong, Jane Wong, and Matthew Zapruder. All levels are welcome to attend. Workshop participants will have the opportunity to read their poetry with our workshop, and this will be completely optional.


The scholarship for this intensive has already been awarded.

BIO:Bo Hee Moon is a South Korean adoptee. Born in South Korea, she was adopted at three-months-old and grew up in Illinois. Her poems have appeared in Cha, Cream City Review, Gulf Coast, So to Speak, The Margins, Tupelo Quarterly, and others. Omma, Sea of Joy and Other Astrological Signs, published by Tinderbox Editions, is her debut collection of poems. Recent interviews appear on Cream City Review’s blog and in Tinderbox Poetry Journal. She previously published under a different name. Photo credit: Jana Gross
Website: boheemoon.com