SOLAR YEAR: an orbit for your book/project

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$525-975 sliding scale

Posted 27 days ago

About this Service

NURTURE YOUR BOOK OR PROJECT, ACROSS A YEAR

13 meetings, across one solar year, on every 4th Thursday, 7-8:40pm/EST

The SOLAR YEAR ORBIT starts with peak fire energy on the upcoming summer solstice. We’ll meet every four weeks from June 20, 2024 through May 22, 2025 to support the collective progress (and, if desired, completion) of longer-term individual projects. Write your book, play, or album. All media & genres welcome, but be warned, this facilitator is a poet. We will focus on generative rituals and habits, broad consideration of craft & structure, and, most importantly, supportive community and gentle accountability. This space is designed to nurture your projects, collectively and individually. It’s not a workshop. It’s a generative communal force.

All sessions meet on Zoom.

> SUMMER = VISIONING - fire energy - June 20, July 18, Aug 15, Sept 12

> FALL = STRUCTURING - earth energy - Oct 10, Nov 7, Dec 5

> WINTER = FLOWING - water energy - Jan 2, Jan 30, Feb 27

> SPRING = RE-VISIONING - air energy - Mar 27, Apr 24, May 22

culminates in a celebratory online reading/performance

About this Lister

Emily Brandt (b. 1980, she/they) is a poet and interdisciplinary artist of Sicilian, Polish & Ukrainian descent. She’s based in New York, between Brooklyn (Lenape) and Speonk (Shinnecock).

Background and Expertise

Emily Brandt is the author of the poetry collection FALSEHOOD, as well as several chapbooks. Her poems and essays appear widely in journals and anthologies. She’s a co-founding editor of No, Dear, curator of the LINEAGE series at Wendy’s Subway, member of the video art collective Temp. Files, and a somatic coach & creative facilitator. She earned a BA in Psychology, Women’s Studies, and English from Boston University, an MEd from Pace University, and an MFA in Poetry from New York University. She’s been in residence at Saltonstall and Elsewhere, an Emerging Poets Fellow at Poets House, and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Poetry Well and Powerhouse.

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