Location: WAB – 740 University Ave.
In this polarizing political climate, there’s plenty a writer can do to ensure that underrepresented people and groups get their voices out into the world: Read. We’ll look at fiction, non-fiction, and poetry by writers from marginalized groups, and engage in discussion about why it’s important to read the work of writers from diverse backgrounds. We’ll look at our own backgrounds and our own writing to see where our voices fit into the greater narrative, and we’ll explore resources to help make sure we keep ourselves informed and well-read. Special attention will be given to accessing a diverse pool of writers in our local community. Special guests will enhance the experience of this important workshop!
If you would like to make a request for an accommodation, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org at least 10 days prior to the event.
To register for this class, or to get more information, please call (585)-473-2590 x107.