2011 ESR Ministry of Writing Colloquium

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2011 ESR Ministry of Writing Colloquium

Time: 11th mo. 4, 2011 at 6:30pm to 11th mo. 5, 2011 at 6:30pm
Location: Earlham School of Religion
Street: 228 College Avenue
City/Town: Richmond
Website or Map: http://esr.earlham.edu
Phone: (800) 432-1377
Event Type: writing, colloquium
Organized By: Earlham School of Religion
Latest Activity: 8th month 23, 2011

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2011 Ministry of Writing Colloquium
"The Poem in Progress: A Way of Knowing"

November 4-5, 2011

Featuring Keynote Speaker Scott Cairns, published poet and author

Additional workshops will be presented by published authors including Todd Davis, Erin McGraw, Tom Montgomery Fate, Susan Neville, Susan Yanos and Amy Lyles Willson. Amy Lyles Wilson will also be reviewing book proposals for those who submit them by the stated deadline before the Colloquium.

The event will kick off on Friday evening with readings from the presenters, and will finish on Saturday evening with an open mic for all attendees.


For full conference information and a printable registration form visit our website:




Questions? Contact Mandy Ford at fordma@earlham.edu or by calling (800) 432-1377

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