Bianca Phipps: Specificity in Forgetfulness

Feb 2021

Cultivate your own flourishing garden

Starting February 2

  • Tuesdays @ 7:00 pm PST
  • Feb 2, Feb 9, Feb 16, Feb 23

Details are the blooming flowers in the garden of memory. But what about what we forget? What exists in the blur of time? Often, what we have lost contributes to the soil that allows everything else to grow.

In this workshop, we’ll explore the specificity of forgetfulness by utilizing all that we remember – and all that we don’t – to build a poem out of details so individual they’ll become universal.

No prior poetry experience necessary; this is a workshop for all skill levels. I want to help uncover the tools you already have, and assist you in cultivating your own flourishing garden.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Bianca Phipps (she/they) is a queer Latinx writer and teaching artist raised in San Antonio, TX. Her work has been featured in various forms across various platforms: in print with Electric Moon Magazine, Blue River Review, indicia, and others; on stage with Chicago’s SlamFam, Mudlark Theater (coming soon), and Random Acts Chi; and in video form via Button Poetry. Her book, “crown noble,” was published in August of 2020 with Button Poetry. They are an Aquarius sun, an Enneagram 2, and an avid fan of personality quizzes. They currently live in Chicago with their cat, Lady Catelyn Stark.

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Course Includes

  • 4 Weeks