Thanks to our official photographer Steven Leitch of Salt Lake City, a UTSPS member who attended our SPRING FESTIVAL of LITERARY ARTS which included a Thursday night Mar 3 free Z-Arts lecture with our visiting poet Dr. David J. Rothman who is a talented teacher and poet. He is Director of the Graduate Program in Creative Writing at Western State Colorado University and Poet in Residence for Colorado Public Radio. Our theme was Plein Air Poetry. More photos available at http://lettersfromlin.blogspot.com/2016/03/spring-festival-of-literary-arts-report.html
|Dr. Rothman shares Dylann Thomas; poetry at the|
ZArts free lecture in Springdale, Utah. He also enthralled
us at Poetry in the Park and at the Redrock Seminar!
|Interested poets listen to Dr. Rothman's instructions in Zion Park Lodge|
for the day long workshop called Poetry in the Park-our seventh annual.
|Lin Floyd Chair of Poetry in the Park welcomes and makes announcements.|
|Lenore Madden welcomes poets at the registration table for PIP!|
|Our nature walk was so fun as we had an assignment to write a list of words|
that shared alliteration to work on later as we enjoyed a beautiful spring day.
|Some of our group of poets who took the easy enjoyable nature walk.|
|Scholar shipped students and teachers from Hurricane Middle School and|
Enterprise High School enjoyed the day of learning in nature.
|Alma Richie director of Bedrock Seminar welcomes attendees on Saturday|
in St. George at the Social Hall-part of the Pioneer Complex.
|Our speakers included Marleen Bussma, cowboy|
poetess who gave an excellent presentation.
|Brian Passey told us of his journey into Photo Journalism |
|Marilyn Richardson informed of the need for tension in all our work.|
Thanks to the many poets from St. George, UTSPS, Dixie Poets, Redrock Writers as well as Z-Arts, Zion Natural History Association, Zion Field Institute, St. George Arts Commission, Utah Division of Arts and Museums and the National Endowment for the Arts for their funding and support.
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