Every Friday afternoon, I go on a series of journeys (some real, some metaphorical) with the nine students in our Experiential Poetry class. I wonder, sometimes, if this is responsible. Is there room in the modern world for Experiential Poetry, whatever that means?
Amy Lee Persichetti, EdD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English, where she teaches in the Writing program. She is the faculty adviser for Woodcrest, the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Crown award-winning campus literary magazine and the Live Poets’ Society. She is the national Director of FUSE, the Forum for Undergraduate Editors.