What does Space mean to you? Do you have enough of it? Too little, too much? How do you make space… for Space? This piece was composed for an evening of Poetic Alchemy held in Boulder, Colorado, in the spring of 2019.
Heather Fester is a poet, essayist, and author of a forthcoming chapbook Ghosts of Things Unsaid . She teaches creative writing, rhetoric, and composition courses at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. Before she returned to school to earn her MFA as an Allen Ginsberg Fellow at Naropa University and began teaching at UCCS, Heather directed the Center for Writing and Scholarship at the California Institute of Integral Studies. Her interests include creative nonfiction, documentary poetics, and alternative discourses.
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