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Instructors: 
  • Bianca Stone
Schedule:
June 3rd from 6:30pm-8pm
June 10th from 6:30pm-8pm
June 17th from 6:30pm-8pm
June 24th from 6:30pm-8pm

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$225.00

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Creative Uncertainty

“Do not forget that a poem, although it is composed in the language of information,

is not used in the language-game of giving information.”

-Ludwig Wittgenstein

In this class, we will be workshopping our poems as well as reading inspiring works by others. This is a class to improve your poetry writing and poetry reading skills. We will be leaving our comfort zones, both in language and in thought. I will serve as a guide to your own discoveries and honor each student’s interests and ideas while challenging you to think more deeply about the choices and habits in your writing practice.

This is a workshop and craft class. We will be reading fun, beautiful, and motivating works, leaving ample time to write and discuss our own poems. Students are expected to write new work (four poems), radically revise, participate in in-class writing, read secondary materials, and join the discussion. You will leave this class a stronger writer.

About Bianca Stone

Bianca Stone is a writer and visual artist. She was born and raised in Vermont and moved to New York City where she received her MFA from NYU in 2009. She is the author of Someone Else’s Wedding Vows (Tin House, 2014), Poetry Comics From the Book of Hours, (Pleiades, 2016), The Mobius Strip Club of Grief (Tin House, 2018) and the children’s book A Little Called Pauline, with text by Gertrude Stein. She collaborated with Anne Carson on the illuminated Antigonick, a book of Carson’s translation of Antigone (New Directions, 2012). Her poems, poetry comics, and nonfiction have appeared in a variety of magazines including The New Yorker, Poetry Magazine, American Poetry Review and many others. She has returned to Vermont with her husband and collaborator, the poet Ben Pease, where she is director of programs for The Ruth Stone House, a literary nonprofit artist residency, letterpress studio and community poetry center.

About Virtual Classes

Virtual classes are usually based on video conferencing. At the moment we use Zoom. Instructors may utilize email as well as the specific ‘class page’ to share materials.

Class pages are accessible to students through their account page.  CLICK HERE to visit your account.

Each class is different, and Ruth Stone House allows a wide degree of freedom to instructors as to how they run their classes. If you miss a class or have technical problems you can request a video link to the class you missed. 

Technical requirements:

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We also require that you have access to email service to use Ruth Stone House Classroom.

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Financial Aid

FInancial aid is applied for on a class by class basis. Not all classes offer financial aid. There is a limited amount of funding available, and aid is awarded in the order received.

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Creative Uncertainty

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