Summer Writing Program 2022

The Summer Writing Program (SWP) is a three-week convocation of students, poets, scholars, fiction writers, translators, performance artists, activists, Buddhist teachers, musicians, printers, editors, and others working in small-press publishing. In dialog with renowned practitioners, students engage in the composition of poetry, prose fiction, cross-genre possibilities, inter-arts, translation, and writing for performance. Participants work in…

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SWP ’22 Reading

Tuesday, 6/ 14 7:30–9:30 PM Faculty Reading: Justin Wymer; Steven Dunn; Brenda Coultas; Andrea Abi-Karam Thursday 6/ 16 7:30–9:30PM Faculty Reading: Reed Bye; Sueyeun Juliette Lee; Charles Alexander; Margaret Randall Friday, 6/17 7:30–9:30 PM Student Reading Saturday, 6/18 7:30–9:30 Faculty Reading: Russell Brakefield; Vauhini Vara; Orlando White; Raquel Silas Rivera Tuesday 6/21 7:30–9:30 Faculty Reading:…

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SWP ’22 Reading

Tuesday, 6/ 14 7:30–9:30 PM Faculty Reading: Justin Wymer; Steven Dunn; Brenda Coultas; Andrea Abi-Karam Thursday 6/ 16 7:30–9:30PM Faculty Reading: Reed Bye; Sueyeun Juliette Lee; Charles Alexander; Margaret Randall Friday, 6/17 7:30–9:30 PM Student Reading Saturday, 6/18 7:30–9:30 Faculty Reading: Russell Brakefield; Vauhini Vara; Orlando White; Raquel Silas Rivera Tuesday 6/21 7:30–9:30 Faculty Reading:…

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Recurring

SWP ’22 Reading

Tuesday, 6/ 14 7:30–9:30 PM Faculty Reading: Justin Wymer; Steven Dunn; Brenda Coultas; Andrea Abi-Karam Thursday 6/ 16 7:30–9:30PM Faculty Reading: Reed Bye; Sueyeun Juliette Lee; Charles Alexander; Margaret Randall Friday, 6/17 7:30–9:30 PM Student Reading Saturday, 6/18 7:30–9:30 Faculty Reading: Russell Brakefield; Vauhini Vara; Orlando White; Raquel Silas Rivera Tuesday 6/21 7:30–9:30 Faculty Reading:…

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Student Housing Move-In

If you have questions about moving into student housing, please contact Stephan Taylor, Director of Campus and Residence Life, at housing@naropa.edu.

Psychedelic Alchemy Speaker Series: LSD & the Alchemy of Modernity with Erik Davis, PhD

Today’s psychedelic enthusiasts seem equally fascinated with ancient plant medicines and the latest pharmaceutical patents. But what about good old LSD? Acid remains the most influential psychedelic in the modern world, but we hear very little about it now. Why? And what happens when we look at LSD’s legacy not just historically, but mythopoetically? What…

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