This is an in-person workshop that takes place at Inprint House.
Powerful writing, regardless of genre, relies on the generation and proliferation of material. First-time perfection is (mostly) a myth; my relationship to writing has taught me first and foremost that to write better, to write well, I must write! In this 6-week creative nonfiction (CNF) workshop you will write prodigiously; expect to complete anywhere from 4-8 different CNF writing exercises in an hour. Class time will consist of discussing assigned homework readings, assorted and consecutive writing exercises, and of course, workshopping. Writers of all genres are welcome, although a moderate familiarity with CNF would be helpful or have taken a previous writing course. Come hang and write your hearts out!
about the instructor
ADELE ELISE WILLIAMS is a writer, editor and educator pursuing her PhD in Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Houston where she serves as Nonfiction Editor for Gulf Coast. Adele is the winner of the 2019 Emily Morrison Poetry Prize and 2022 Inprint Donald Barthelme Prize for Poetry. She is the recipient of an Inprint Nina and Michael Zilkha fellowship and has also received funding from UCROSS and Hindman Settlement School. Her work can be found or is forthcoming in Air/Light, The Florida Review, Guernica, Cream City Review, Split Lip, The Adroit Journal, Quarterly West, Beloit Poetry Journal, and elsewhere. Her current goings-on can be found at adeleelisewilliams.com.
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