Intersections: A Close Look at How History & Culture Shape Our Identity, and How Experience & Imagination Allow Us to Make Sense of This LifeInstructor(s): M.J. Iuppa
Location: WAB – 740 University Ave.
This is a generative writing workshop. Participants will use free-writing exercises, revision, and in-depth feedback as tools to create creative nonfiction and poetry. Using professional models, the workshop will explore how a diverse group of selected authors have chosen to tell their stories; how imaginative storytelling captures life’s hidden truth, and how the power of question leads us to write about our daily intersections—race, gender, sexuality, and other aspects of our identities, in real and powerful ways.
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