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with Amanda Parrish Morgan


In his book on writing, From Where You Dream, Robert Olin Butler advises forcing yourself to become a morning person. "If you arrange your life so that you can spend two hours writing--or an hour, given the exigencies of some working lives, but ideally two hours--you make that time sacrosanct at the beginning of the day."  While it might not be possible to do every day, or for two hours at a time, this class is about giving yourself an hour at the beginning of each week in which to enter the dream world of writing. We'll start with reading a poem and a prompt each week, but students are invited to write whatever is taking their interest. We'll end each week by coming together to hear from anyone who wants to share a few sentences from