The IPRC’s Poetry track is one of the most innovative creative writing programs in the country, featuring the unique combination of graduate-level writing workshops plus intensive training in Book Arts, graphic design, digital publishing and more.
As tectonic shifts rock the entire publishing industry, the IPRC empowers a new generation of writers to create and publish their own work.
Fall Semester 2016:
Core Poetry Workshop
with instructors Hajara Quinn & Stephanie Adams-Santos
Will meet once a week for 2-3 hours. Term projects will include the publication of a broadside and 1st draft of a chapbook length manuscript.
Guest lectures with Alicia Jo Rabins, Stacey Tran, Drew Swenhaugen, Carl Adamschick, Kaia Sand and others.
Spring Semester 2017:
Intensive workshop in self-publishing, bookbinding and book arts
with Hajara Quinn & Stepanie Adams-Santos
Will meet once a week for 2-3 hours. Final product will be a chapbook collection of poetry, self-published and bound at the IPRC.
Testimonial from Lisa Marshall, Poet & Member of the IPRC Board of Directors:
“I did the program last year (finished in May 2011), and I can honestly say it was one of the best things I’ve ever done for myself. I have written poetry casually for years, but never studied creative writing and never attempted to publish. BT is an extraordinary and compelling instructor. She’s endlessly funny and can be quite demanding when she believes you could be doing more/delving deeper. When the program ended, I said with absolute honesty that I wished I could keep doing it for another year. Instead, I joined IPRC’s Board of Directors.”