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Poetry & Awakening Teaching
We can awaken to and through writing poetry because it requires us to be fully embodied and aware of ourselves and the world we live in.
Subhaga is the author of two collections of poems, and a teacher of awakening and the writing process. A graduate of the Warren Wilson MFA Program for writers, her first book, Elegy with a Glass of Whiskey, won the 2003 A. Poulin, New Poetry America Prize from BOA Editions. Since that time, her work has appeared in a variety of print and online journals. A dramatic shift in consciousness in 2011 brought her into seamless contact with awareness and perception such that she stopped writing for a period of years. Moving to the Methow Valley in North Central WA in 2014 and joining the Confluence Poets reinvigorated her creative process, resulting in many of the poems in her latest book, Blue Hunger, released by Methow Press in 2020. She is a teacher in the Trillium Awakening spiritual path and lives and creates in the spacious North Cascade Mountains with her partner, Sugandhi Katharine Barnes.
Join me for this pay-what-you-can class on erasure poems offered by Innisfree, Boulder’s poetry only bookstore. December 27, 10:30 am PST on Zoom.
Want to jump start your writing process? Work with Subhaga one on one to craft poems and receive extensive personal feedback toward revising and polishing your work to speak your truth.
Have a writing group that’s looking to take their writing to another level? Subhaga offers virtual workshops via Zoom providing writing prompts, revision strategies, and reading suggestions to broaden your writing horizons.
Contact Subhaga for more information