Poetry Workshop with Maxine Chernoff
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Class #2700.400 Saturday 1/13, 1p – 4pm
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Hosted by Brendan Constantine. Poet and novelist Maxine Chernoff presents ‘The Writing Process Lost & Found,’ a generative workshop for poets (lost or recently recovered). Join her for an afternoon of wonder and discovery. No experience necessary.
Maxine Chernoff’s most recent book is CAMERA (2017 Subito Press), her 16th collection of poems. Her previous volume, HERE, was a finalist for the Northern California Book Award, as were 2 of her 6 works of fiction. Her book of stories Signs of Devotion was a NYT Notable Book of 1993. In 2013 she won an NEA Fellowship in Poetry and in 2009 the PEN USA Translation Award for a co-translation of the Selected Poems of Friedrich Hoelderlin. She is former editor of New American Writing and professor and former chair of the Dept of Creative Writing at SFSU. She has taught in Exeter, England, Prague, and St Petersburg, Russia, and was a visiting artist at the American Academy in Rome in 2016.
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Train/Bus: Metro terminus at 4th St/Colorado, 4 blocks away. Upon exiting the station go west on Colorado to Ocean Ave, cross the street to the Pier and go north in the park just past Broadway. http://metro.net/ or http://bigbluebus.com/
Parking: Parking Structure 6 (1431 2nd Street between Broadway and Santa Monica): Free-$17.50. Weekends, Civic Auditorium lot at 1855 Main S is $5 all day except during special events. Pier Deck: $10-15/day; Beach Lot 1N just north of the Pier $6-12/day. Meters on Ocean Avenue; $2/hr maximum 3 hours. More info: http://smgov.net/parking
Bike: Ride your bike (bring a lock) or utilize the Breeze Bike Share corral just south of us in the park.
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About: Visit the Camera Obscura Art Lab at 1450 Ocean to get a different perspective. The City of Santa Monica offers arts, crafts and culture classes for adults here year-round, and you can polish your writing, take a better photo, learn how to make paper, get your groove on and find a community of makers and movers. Weekly hangouts with artists through the ongoing Studio Residency program as well as workshops and one-off experiences bring insight into a variety of artistic work. This community practice space offers room for you to develop your own creativity and learn from others