Amy Holman's readings, workshops, and guest appearances are listed here.
Tuesdays, Jan 17-Feb 7, 6:30-8:30 pm, Hudson Valley Writers Center via Zoom
This class is to inspire and support poets who want to return to writing, try new ideas, and refine their voices, whether for their own pleasure or to share with the public through readings and publication. It is open to beginning and emerging poets. The new poems in this class are both those you will write and those we will read from literary journals and contemporary poetry books. Amy Holman will offer any interested students suggestions for publication of their new poems at the end of the six week session, although interest in publication is neither the focus nor a requirement for taking this class.
July 17, 2022, "The Persistence of Cormorants Reading Series", read with Lisa Andrews, Elaine Sexton, and Hilary Sideris at Gowanus Dredgers, Brooklyn, New York
Fall 2021, "The Poet You Can Be: A Workshop for Beginners and Others" at The Hudson Valley Writers Center
Spring 2021, "Poetry Publishing: Journals, Chapbooks & Collections" at The Hudson Valley Writers Center
Spring, 2021, "NYC Poets Afloat micro-residency reading on the Wavertree Tall Ship at South Street Seaport.
Winter 2019: Taught workshops through Marin Poetry Center, San Rafael and Marin