About Julie Funderburk
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Disrupting ProcessMarch 1, 2022 in Blog, Craft, Events, Skill Development, Workshops, Writing /by Julie Funderburk
Process, the stages of creating—this is where a writer’s real power is. By being mindful of process and concentrating on the series of steps involved, rather than the final product itself, we end up where we want to be. Process means giving yourself the chance to begin. It’s the best cure if you haven’t written […]
Poetry, Wellness, and “The Slowdown”March 11, 2019 in Blog, Reviews /by Julie Funderburk
Because I am a writer, my attention can become very centered on craft. I also teach. One afternoon, my creative writing students at Queens University pointed out that I’d failed to remark on the fact that all the poetry examples for the day were about death—I’d been too intent on exploring how the figurative language […]
Morri Creech’s Blue RoomsNovember 12, 2018 in Blog, Reviews /by Julie Funderburk
The Arts at Queens proudly presents The English Department Reading Series and poet Morri Creech, Tuesday, November 13, 7 pm, Ketner Auditorium, Sykes Building, Queens University of Charlotte. Nov 13, poet Morri Creech reads from his just-released fourth collection, Blue Rooms. The book is eagerly anticipated; his previous, The Sleep of Reason, was a finalist for the […]
Poet Stuart DischellMarch 5, 2018 in Blog, Reflections /by Julie Funderburk
The Arts at Queens proudly presents The English Department Reading Series and poet Stuart Dischell, Thursday, March 15, 7 pm, Ketner Auditorium, Sykes Building, Queens University of Charlotte. More Info The poet Stuart Dischell’s fifth collection, Children with Enemies, has recently been released by The University of Chicago Press. His first, Good Hope Road, was […]
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