Join us for this special workshop in partnership with Strathmore! Register here.

Practices of divination are as ancient as asking questions. The stars, the cards, the elements, the archetypes and symbols. Poetry, story, art itself. In this workshop we will attend to personal, social, and ancestral mythologies that have served, troubled, and moved us. We will draw on our reading, discussion, and a series of writing exercises to surprise ourselves with our own guidance.

About the Facilitator
Hari Alluri (he/him/siya) is the author of The Flayed City (Kaya). A winner of the 2020 Leonard A. Slade, Jr. Poetry Fellowship and an editor at Locked Horn Press, he has received grants from the BC Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts and fellowships from Las Dos Brujas, Port Townsend, and VONA/Voices writers workshops. His work appears in the Watch Your Head (Coach House) and Pandemic Solidarity (Pluto) anthologies, as well as recently in Prism InternationalSolsticeTinderboxThe Volta and elsewhere.