May 2, 2013 · 7:00pm


Tellus360 presents a series of innovative and thought-provoking workshops designed to put your creativity to work. Writers of all abilities are invited to join us for three distinctly unique evenings of writing both prose and poetry, in which we take a hands-on approach to the exploration of different techniques, styles, and creative ways to approach the practice of writing. If you’re already a writer, these workshops will give you fresh perspectives and a new set of tools. If you’re new to writing, you’ll learn that it’s not always a matter of Dos and Don’ts, but an exploration process, enjoyed for its own sake!

The suggested age range for this workshop is 16 yrs +

Registration Fees: $15 per class, OR a special reduced price of $30 to register for the entire series!

Barbara DeCesare, Thursday May 2nd, 7-9pm

Poems and fiction by Barbara DeCesare have been published in numerous journals including Grain, Free State Review, Poetry and Quarter After Eight. Additionally, her work has been adapted for stage, song and short film. She is a graduate of Goddard College’s MFA-Writing program, and the author of three collections of poetry and a one-woman show. Her manuscript-in-progress is entitled My Keys are Somewhere in this Ocean.

Inspiration in Aspiration

We’ll look at ways to slow down and be inspired by the images, objects, sounds and relationships in our daily lives. This class will challenge writers to be keen observers of the world in order to fully actualize image and metaphor in the creation of poems.

We’ll be talking shop and freshening up a sense of discovery for seasoned writers while introducing newcomers to the importance of being fully present to receive Wonder in the environment.