Life as Rehearsal For the Poem Cascadian Zen Basket Two Empty Bowl

Register for Spring 2024 Workshops!

February 14, 2024
Veronica Martinez

Spring 2024 workshop registration is open NOW!

Cascadia Poetics Lab founder Paul E. Nelson will be hosting a five week online spring workshop, Life as Rehearsal for the Poem, exploring passages in Cascadian Zen Vol. I Basket 2: Empty Bowl. Participate in reading and discussion of foundational essays, interviews, listening and other assignments, as well as spontaneous poetry composition exercises. $250 for each five week session per person, scholarships are available. Sunday nights, 3-5pm PDT beginning on May 19, by invitation only. Preference given to participants who wish to commit to both five-week sessions in the 2024 season. Registration is open NOW, and you can register HERE.

Registration for the 2024 Cantos of Ezra Pound Workshop, taught by Andrew Schelling, is also open NOW! Register HERE. If you didn’t attend the first Cantos workshop, no worries! All classes have been recorded and uploaded to the CPL website, so you can catch up before the second workshop begins on March 10! Watch the videos HERE.

Information on all CPL 2023-2024 workshops is available HERE.

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