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January 2021

Image, Tone and Voice:  Let the Poetry of Louise Glück Be Our Guide

January 20 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm UTC+5
$135

Take a deep dive into the poetry of Louise Gluck, winner of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Literature. For six weeks, we will be reading in community and writing in response together. In this generative workshop, we read Gluck’s poems aloud together for the first hour and in the second hour, we write independently. You will receive supplemental materials weekly, including a mix of writing prompts, essays, interviews, and links for further reading. In our final meeting,
we will celebrate and share our newly generated work.

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March 2021

Inner Craft—An Open Genre Workshop with National Book Award Finalist Reginald Gibbons

March 25 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm UTC+5
$125

Join award-winning author Reginald Gibbons on an exploration of “inner craft.” In this open-genre workshop, you will learn how to use not only writerly craft from the three major genres (poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction) but also your inner landscape of feeling and thought, memory and experience to create a more deliberate artistic practice. Over three weeks, work closely with this master teacher as he guides you through craft techniques gleaned from these genres to show you how to gain more access to your intuitive resources. In the workshop, everyone will draft new work and revise pre-existing pieces, using a process that brings together intuition and craft in unique ways. Participants will be able to carry this innovative practice into all their work.

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“Writing. Witnessing. Wishing.” A Nonfiction Workshop with Award-Winning Author Norma Cantú

March 27 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm CST
$125

A Zoom Nonfiction Workshop with Norma Cantú (in English) Sat, March 27 in English, 10am-3pm…

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April 2021

Taller de Creación Literaria. A Nonfiction Workshop with Award-Winning Author Norma Cantú

April 3 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm CST
$125

El taller de creación literaria no-ficción se enfocará en la idea del "tiempo": pasado, presente, y futuro. Los integrantes del taller serán guiados a realizar una serie de escritos que subrayaran discusiones de tiempo, punto de vista, y navegar lo personal o privado al lado de lo público.

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