Course Description: Generative Writing Workshop: Write What You See
Generative writing workshops provide time and space to create new work inspired by writing prompts, craft discussions, and sharing work. They stretch your writing practice by introducing new frameworks and forms, spark fresh ideas or dig up buried memories, and offer a place to share fellowship with other writers. Each session will explore a different theme through reading short pieces of writing, engaging in silent writing to suggested prompts, and sharing our raw, but often exciting, pieces with one another. Whether students attend one or several of these workshops, they will assemble a portfolio of project ideas and short works-in-progress. Writers of all levels, in all genres are welcome. Workshops are not progressive, so students can choose the session workshop topics that appeal to them or can attend all as part of a regular writing practice. In this session, "Writing What You See," we will use a variety of images to create characters, settings, and inspire scenes.
Sunday, November 14, 2021, RTEC 124 (seats remaining)