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Sunday Workshop: Mark Wunderlich
In conjunction with Observable Readings and Mary Ruefle’s exhibition Erasures, poet and exhibit curator Mark Wunderlich will lead the April Sunday Workshop.
Workshop attendees are required to wear a mask, and provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test upon entrance to High Low.
GUIDELINES & REGISTRATION
Please note: this workshop is limited to 12 poems/participants. Registration is required, and is first-come, first-served.
– Submissions due one week prior to workshop
– Submit only one poem, one page in length
– Provide name, mailing address, phone number and email address
– Those submitting poems are expected to attend the workshop
– You do not need to submit a poem to attend
Email* poem to:
*Please attach poem as separate Word or PDF document. We are not accepting mailed submissions at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.
SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE: March 27, 2022
ABOUT THE POET
Mark Wunderlich is the author of The Anchorage (1999), which received the Lambda Literary Award, Voluntary Servitude (2004), The Earth Avails (2014), which was a finalist for the Kingsley Tufts Award and received the 2015 Rilke Prize, and God of Nothingness (2021). He has received fellowships from the NEA, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Wallace Stegner Fellowship Program at Stanford, the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, the Amy Lowell Trust and the Civitella Ranieri Foundation. Wunderlich has taught at Stanford and Barnard College and in the graduate writing programs at Columbia University, Ohio University, San Francisco State University and Sarah Lawrence. As an arts administrator, he has worked at the Academy of American Poets, Poetry Society of America, the University of Arizona Poetry Center, Poets & Writers and the Napa Valley Writers Conference. He holds a BA in German Literature and English from the University of Wisconsin, and an MFA from Columbia University School of the Arts. Wunderlich lives in the Hudson River Valley and has taught at Bennington since 2004. He became the director of the Bennington Writing Seminars in August 2017.
Photo credit: Nicholas Kahn (Wunderlich)