Note from the Director: Kim Addonizio was on our faculty in 2015. Our current faculty includes Stephen Dunn and Thomas Lux. Learn more about this year’s poetry workshops.
Advanced Poetry with Kim Addonizio
Poetry workshop in New Jersey
January 16-19, 2015
Led by Special Guest Kim Addonizio
*Limited to just 10 participants per session.*
The poetry workshops are at the heart of the Winter Getaway. Experienced poets taking Advanced Poetry are invited to work with Kim Addonizio during one of their three feedback sessions.
In Kim’s workshop, you will receive constructive feedback on a poem in progress (30 line maximum) or a new poem written to the day’s assignment. She will help you identify your poem’s virtues and offer suggestions to strengthen its weaknesses. Since you already know the basics, she will encourage you to push your boundaries by taking imaginative and linguistic risks so you can make breakthroughs in your poetry.
- Fee: $100 to add-on one poetry feedback session with Kim Addonizio
- Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis and is limited to one of these intensive sessions with each Special Guest (Stephen Dunn and Kim Addonizio)
- Note: Kim’s sessions are not one-on-one tutorials, but group workshops with 10 participants
During your two additional feedback sessions, you will work with other members of our talented faculty. Each has a unique and encouraging style, which will nurture your poetry in different ways.
Learn more about the Advanced Poetry Workshop.
“In the ten years I have been attending the Getaway, I have grown in both confidence and competence as a poet. This wouldn’t have happened without encouragement to take risks coupled with support. Thank you.”
~ Deborah, Egg Harbor City, NJ
Kim Addonizio is an acclaimed poet, novelist and short story writer. Her new story collection, The Palace of Illusions, is being published by Counterpoint/Soft Skull in September 2014. She is the author of five books of poetry, two novels from Simon & Schuster, and two books on writing, The Poet’s Companion and Ordinary Genius (W.W. Norton). Her poetry collection Tell Me was a finalist for the National Book Award. Addonizio’s work has been honored with a Guggenheim Fellowship, two NEA Fellowships, the John Ciardi Lifetime Achievement Award and Pushcart Prizes in both poetry and the essay. My Black Angel: Blues Poems and Portraits, a collaboration with artist Charles D. Jones, is forthcoming. Read one of her poems, “In Dreams”, and visit her online at kimaddonizio.com.