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Climate Crisis Poetry and Healing - Online

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Climate Crisis Poetry and Healing - Online
Scott Starbuck and Tim Fox
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10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
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The open enrollment period begins on
March 9, 2021

Workshop registration opens for members on February 27.

Participate: In-Person Online
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Workshop Overview

The first day Tim Fox will introduce the idea of the null harmonic, a conceptual tool capable of rendering visible that which, by definition, cannot be seen, like the blind spot in the eye on which all vision depends. Once familiarized with the idea, workshop participants will discuss its potential significance in a world where beliefs supersede experience even when those beliefs blatantly contradict the reality before our eyes.

The second day ecopoet Scott T. Starbuck will share his best prompts from 28 years of college and university instruction, and allow time for sharing.  

This is an Online only Workshop.

About the Instructor(s)

In 2019 and 2020 Scott T. Starbuck taught ecopoetry workshops at Scripps Institution of Oceanography in UC San Diego Masters of Advanced Studies Program in Climate Science and Policy. His Trees, Fish, and Dreams Climate blog at has readers in 110 countries. His book My Bridge at the End of the World, New and Selected Poems was a 2020 Finalist for the Blue Light Press Book Award, and his Hawk on Wire was a July 2017 "Editor's Pick" at and 2018 Montaigne Medal Finalist at Eric Hoffer Awards for "the most thought-provoking books."

Tim Fox lives with his family in the western Oregon Cascades. He is the author of the speculative fiction trilogy, Afterlands Convergence, a story set 14,000 years from now at the close of the next ice age, when a small group of outcasts will decide the fate of a world imperiled by long lost technologies melting from the ice. Some of his other eco-thematic writings appear in the anthologies Walking on Lava, Forest Under Story, Dark Mountain Issues 4, 5, 9, 11, and 17, and in Orion and Green Spirit magazines. Watch for his forthcoming essay collection, Wild Integrity

Materials List: Students Bring

• Notebook

• Pen

• Laptop or Computer with Zoom

• Web Camera, Microphone, and Speaker

Materials List: Provided by Instructor(s)

• Handouts and writing prompts

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