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All Poet Camp Classes are offered on Wet.Ink. Be sure you're signed up for the newsletter to hear about what's on deck!

Upcoming classes & offerings: *Cozy Retreats are found under the retreat page here.

Tarot Poems - March - April, via Wet.Ink, offered through the Writer's Center. *FULL

April Morning Jumpstarts *Registration open!

Bolster your 30 poems in 30 days goal with new prompts and a routine booster shot! <3

April 3 - April 7 and April 10 - April 14 (weekdays)

9:00-9:15 a.m. Eastern Time, Zoom, $21


Two weeks of early weekday morning muse meetups, M-F from 9 am - 9:15 am - 15 minute Zooms using Lynda Barry’s Daily Diary format with Sarah guiding you through/cheering you on, followed by a prompt/spark to launch you into your morning pages after a brief write-along.


*All who register will receive the prompts and a few extras as a pdf after our final session.

You are welcome to only join live occasionally, or write later in the day to the daily prompt posted on our password protected group page! You'll also receive the full packet of prompts to return to once we're finished.







Writing Summer Poems Inspired by Mary Oliver (8 wk, Wet.Ink) June 14- August 8 - Weeks run Wednesday to Tuesday.

*FULL - Please email me ( if you'd like to be added to the waiting list.

*Can be taken independently of Winter Poems Inspired by Mary Oliver (coming Winter, 2024) - material is entirely distinct in each of these classes.

In this class, we’ll reconnect with the solace and joy that nature can provide, using Mary Oliver’s work for thematic inspiration, instruction, and as a starting point to launch our own poems. Each week, we’ll consider a brief reading by Mary Oliver (a single poem, essay, or prose poem) placed in conversation with equally brief works from kindred spirit poets and writers in other genres. From these readings, we’ll write new poems from a prompt linked to that week’s topic. Every week will also include optional viewing/listening assignments, all inspired by Mary Oliver’s dictum of “Pay attention, be astonished, and tell about it.” You’ll be encouraged to post your fresh drafts if you like for light criticism and positive peer feedback in the weekly forums.


Tentative Class Calendar for 2023:

  • Very Superstitious: Poems of Everyday Magic* Late Summer

  • Muse as Dryad: Poems from the Woods *New! Fall

 *Registration linked as we get closer to these dates.

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