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July 2024

Jul
11

Fiction/In-Person 2024-131

6:00 pm

This is an in-person workshop that takes place at Inprint House. Fundamentals of Fiction This course will introduce you to the narrative craft of fiction. Over the course of six weeks, we will focus on key concepts, techniques, and practices that will prepare you to make more intentional and effective choices in your writing. We’ll discuss published stories that take a variety of approaches to their thematic and emotional content to see these concepts in action. You will have the…

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Jul
13

Teachers-as-Writers Workshop Intensive/In-Person 2024-121

1:00 pm

This is an in-person workshop that takes place at Inprint House. This workshop is open for K-12 educators and staff. Up to 8 CPE hours are available for this workshop by request. Special thanks to The Samuels Foundation for making this workshop possible.  The Narrative Voice: A Weekend Intensive In this weekend intensive for educators, we will get to grips with the narrative voice across all forms and genres of prose writing. Short fiction, excerpts of longer fiction projects, lyric…

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August 2024

Aug
02

August First Friday

7:30 pm

Free and open to the public Inprint is proud to serve as the host for the First Fridays Reading Series. The First Fridays Reading Series is the oldest poetry series in Houston and was organized by Robert Clark from 1975-2019. Today, First Fridays are curated and hosted by local community members. Readings are held on the first Friday of each month. The program will include a featured reader, followed by an open mic. For more information about the First Fridays…

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Aug
17

Poetry Intensive/In-Person 2024-132

1:00 pm

This is an in-person workshop that takes place at Inprint House. The Lyric Poem as a Relational Process Be patient that I address you in a poem, there is no other fit medium. –William Carlos Williams, “To Daphne and Virginia” The word “lyric” comes from Latin lyricus, meaning “of or for the lyre,” and Greek lyrikos “singing to the lyre.” Originally meant to be performed, sung, or read aloud, it now usually refers to a short poem, often with songlike…

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September 2024

Sep
21

Creative Nonfiction Intensive/In-Person 2024-202

1:30 pm

This is an in-person workshop that takes place at Inprint House. Every Night is Girls’ Night: Feminist Aesthetics in Narrative Now women return from afar, from always: from ‘without,’ from the heath where witches are kept alive; from below, from beyond… -Hélène Cixous, “The Laughing Medusa.” This creative nonfiction class will ask: what does it mean to write about and towards women’s freedom? How can we write through pain, inflicted by heteronormative patriarchy, and transform it into art? How can…

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