As part of a new feature here on First Person Plural, I'm going to interview workshop leaders, members, writers, and other interesting folks using our new Flip camera. The interviews I post on our YouTube site, and then here on First Person Plural. You've seen the Charlie spots, but these interviews will be different. They'll be one to three questions about the literary craft. In today's case, it's about Carolyn Clark's upcoming workshop called "Classical Mythology," which begins here in Bethesda on May 5. Click on this link to learn more about this workshop.
Carolyn Clark is a teacher-scholar-poet with a passion for Classics and Archaeology. Her formal training is from Cornell, Brown and Johns Hopkins University (Ph.D, Classics). Since the 1980s, while teaching at university, college, and high school, her work appeared primarily as scholarly articles, book reviews, and a long dissertation; now she is working on her “slender” (lyric) poetry - and a smaller book.