How do we write about the body?
What does it mean to be embodied as a writer?
Where are our stories located in our bodies and what do they have to tell us?
In this five week multi-genre writing workshop, we will explore these and other questions. We will look at short literary excerpts and use writing exercises to generate new work that investigates the relationship between language and the body.
Writers of all levels and genres are welcome!
Tuesday evenings from 5-8pm
Sept. 20th and 27th, Oct. 4th, 18th and 25th
Temescal Branch Library
5205 Telegraph Ave.
Oakland, CA 94609
The library and meeting room are fully accessible/ADA compliant.
This workshop series is free and open to the public, with limited space available. To register, please contact Liz at email@example.com by Sept. 15th!
Liz Latty is an Oakland-based writer, educator and activist whose work has been published in various magazines, literary journals and anthologies. She is active in queer, feminist and adoptee communities, teaches creative writing to youth, and is currently pursuing her MFA at Goddard College focused in creative nonfiction and cross-genre. For more information visit her website at www.lizlatty.com.