Womxn of Color Writing Innovative Nonfiction [Anne Liu Kellor]
All Levels | This class is for womxn of color who want to read and learn from contemporary womxn writers of color, such as Terese Marie Mailhot, Khadijah Queen, Seo-Young Chu, and more. Each week we’ll read and discuss 2-3 lyric essays/memoir and poems that explore themes such as family, race, gender, violence, love, identity, and ancestry. We’ll freewrite from prompts, share, and listen in a supportive, nonjudgmental environment. Students will be encouraged to turn in an essay to the instructor for extensive feedback.
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