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All Levels | The first half of this workshop with award-winning author, Chavisa Woods will engage students in a writing exercise guaranteed to strengthen the impact of narrative writing, and get students who may be blocked, writing again. The second half of this workshop will include an interactive session on understanding the small press landscape, creating cover letters, getting involved in literary communities, and submitting works for publication, including a Q&A with the instructor.
Class Type: 1 SessionFiction, Nonfiction, Prose, Visiting
Start Date: 09/29/2018
Days of the Week: Saturday
Time: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Minimum Class Size: 5
Maximum Class Size: 15
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Chavisa Woods is the author of three works of full-length, literary fiction: Things to Do when You’re Goth in the Country (short fiction collection, 225 pages) Seven Stories Press (Distributed by Random House) May, 2017; The Albino Album (novel, 600 pages) Seven Stories Press, March, 2013; and Love Does Not Make Me Gentle or Kind (short fiction collection, 200 pages) second edition release from Autonomedia/Umbearables, 2013, original publication by Fly by Night Press 2009.
Woods was the recipient of the Shirley Jackson Award, The Kathy Acker Award in Writing, the Cobalt Fiction Prize, and the Jerome Foundation Award for Emerging Writers. She was also a three time finalist for the Lambda Literary Award.
Her work has received praise from Publisher’s Weekly, Booklist, Electric Lit, The Rumpus, The Brooklyn Rail, the Lambda Literary Review, The Riverfront Times, Pop Matters, and others.
Her fiction, poetry and essays have been featured in such publications as Tin House, Lit Hub, Electric Lit, The Brooklyn Rail, The Evergreen Review, New York Quarterly, Cleaver Magazine, Jadaliyya, and others.
Woods has appeared as a featured author at such notable venues as The Whitney Museum of American Art, City Lights Bookstore, Town Hall Seattle, The Brecht Forum, The Cervantes Institute, and St. Mark’s Poetry Project, and has presented lectures and conducted workshops on fiction and poetry at a number of academic institutions, including: New York University (NYU), Penn State, Sarah Lawrence College, Bard College, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn Tech and the New School.