Orchids, Orchids, Orchids: Repetition as Revolution with Erica Reid




Guided by poems from Kaveh Akbar, Wendy Videlock, A. E. Stallings, Chris Bullard, and more, this class examines the ways that the repetition of a single word can have a cumulative and explosive effect on a poem. This class includes time for generative response and an opportunity to share our writing.

NB: This recorded class is available to rent for two weeks through a private YouTube link. The link will be sent to the email you use to enroll (check your spam).  Please email [email protected] with questions.

Erica Reid is a Colorado poet, editor, and critic. Her debut collection Ghost Man on Second won the 2023 Donald Justice Poetry Prize and will be published by Autumn House Press. Erica’s poems have been nominated for Best New Poets and the Pushcart Prize, and appear or are forthcoming in Rattle, Birmingham Poetry Review, The Inflectionist Review, Broadsided Press, Able Muse, The Lyric, and more. ericareidpoet.com

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