Readings / Workshop Availability

Because it’s fun. That’s the first reason. And because a poetry practice helps us reshape how we see ourselves and the world. That’s why, since 1994, Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer has enjoyed sharing poetic exploration in workshops, performances and interactive assemblies. She blends her love of language—her MA is in English Language and Linguistics—with her deep enthusiasm for education and her devotion to poetry to create playful, engaging playshops (too much fun to be workshops).

Past programs include:

  • Holy in the Moment: Exploring What Matters All Around Us
  • Lost in Motherland: Writing to Discover Who We Aren’t
  • Why Look Like a Dead Fish? A Day of Reading and Writing with Rumi
  • The Weight of the Unknown: Writing from the unconstricted throat
  • The Grand Embrace: A Blossoming of the Heart through poetry and meditation

Rosemerry often collaborates with other artists and professionals—from dharma teachers to abstract painters to dream guides—to lead creative, inspiring retreats. Interested in collaborating? Contact her at
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Previous clients include Rural Philanthropy Days, Western Colorado Hospice and Palliative Care, Camp Coca Cola, Mesa State College, Adams State College, Western State College, Mesa County Public Library, Beaver Creek Public Library, St. Mary’s Hospital, Vail Mountain School, Readers in the Rockies, Writers in the Sky, Crested Butte Community School, Colorado Business & Professional Women, Colorado Rotary, Vail Symposium and hundreds more. References available.