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The Learning Conference 2003

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Dreaming Poetry in the Classroom: How to Invite Students into the Process of Poetry as a Discipline, a Creative Art Form and a Scholarly Pursuit

Kate Gale.

Instead of the divisions: The ever-coveted creative classes, the literature lessons, and the dry, analytical forms, why not swim in form, in literature, symbolism and creation as a space for understanding poetry?


Kate Gale  (United States)
English Instructor
English Department
Loyola Marymount University

Kate Gale is the editor of Red Hen Press editor, author of four books of poetry, one novel, one children’s book, editor of three anthologies. She lives in Los Angeles and is an English instructor at Loyola Marymount University and California State University Dominguez Hills

  • Teaching
  • Poetry
  • College classroom
Person as Subject
  • Dr. Benjamin Saltman

(30 min Conference Paper, English)