Thursdays, Apr 5–May 10, 7-9 pm, with Mark Gustafson
Usher in spring with the (big breath) unorthodox, complex, confusing, provocative, intimidating, profound, subversive, astonishingly prescient poetry of Emily Dickinson. She was deceptively quiet, she lived according to her own rules, and she wrote almost 1,800 short poems on themes of love, friendship, nature, death, and more. We will read and discuss as many of them as we can. All are welcome. Please contact Mark (email@example.com) to RSVP, or if you have any questions. Information on the edition we will use will come upon sign up.