Author Page Lambert grew up in the Colorado mountains, where she fell in love with harebells, wild onions, and gangly ponderosas. In her teens, she courted the North Platte River, cottonwood trees, horses and frogs. She's been "writing nature" since the mid-80s, when she moved to a small ranch in the Black Hills of Wyoming. A presenter of over 260 seminars, workshops, and conferences, in 2015 she designed and began teaching "The Writing Life," a foundation course for the MLA Program in Creative Writing at the University of Denver's University College.
Featured Writing Workshop
Finding the poetry in your prose
August 17, 2019
A one-day luncheon seminar.
In Letters to a Young Poet, Rainer Maria Rilke writes, "In writing poetry, one is always aided and even carried away by the rhythm of nature: of waters, the wind, the night. But to write rhythmic prose one must go deep into oneself and find the rhythm of the blood."
To find the beating heart of our own prose, during this Saturday Luncheon Seminar we will turn for inspiration to poets Ted Kooser, Philip Levine, Mary Oliver, David Lee, Diane Gilliam, John Haines, and David Whyte.
Join me for this day of possibilities.
Early-Bird registration: $105 (on or before August 5, 2019). Late registration fee (after August 5): $120.00. Space is limited, so please register early. Seminar includes morning and afternoon beverages, and a catered luncheon overlooking Clear Creek Canyon.
Page's BlogAll Things Literary/All Things Natural
"Your recent blog about the tender return of your loved ones to the earth was moving, graceful in words and inspiration. Your words always come from the heart and intellect. A rare and insightful combination."
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River Writing Journeys for Women
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