The essays compiled in Poetry in Pedagogy: Intersections Across and Between the Disciplines offer praxes of poetry that cultivate a community around students, language, and writing, while presenting opportunities to engage with new texts, new textual forms, and new forms of text-mediated learning. The volume considers, combines, and complements multiform poetry within and beyond existing Teaching & Learning paradigms as it traverses Asia, The Atlantic, and Virtual Space. By virtue of its mélange of intersecting trajectories, across and between oceans, genres, disciplines, and sympathies, Poetry in Pedagogy informs interdisciplinary educators and practitioners of creative writing & poetry involved in examining the multiform through international, cross-disciplinary contexts.

chapter 1|24 pages

A poetics of poetry in/and pedagogy

The multiform of tertiary education in Asia and the Atlantic

part I|58 pages

Anagnorisis: Storytelling as pedagogy

chapter 2|17 pages

Oulipo in Hong Kong

Welcoming unconventional forms in poetry writing workshops

chapter 3|23 pages

Trans-contemporary word culture

Late antique cento, twentieth century cut-up, and craft culture in the Canadian rockies

chapter 4|16 pages

Expanding genre and identities in digital poems

Generating ethos and pathos through code-switching and shifting multimedia platforms 1

part II|67 pages

Catharsis: Collaboration as pedagogy

part III|72 pages

Mimesis: Exploration as pedagogy

chapter 10|24 pages

Edifying and frangible creative artforms

A working definition for interstitial poetry and its conceptual framework for virtual environments

chapter 11|10 pages

Intersectional poetry and techno-cultural mobility

Reconstructing creativity, space, and pedagogy as global practice