Terese Svoboda's workshop from 10 am to 1 pm on Oct. 11 in Higgins 206 is entitled "Writing from Resarch." It is a cross-genre workshop in which you are invited to present and discuss your projects that involve research--whether it's a novel, nonfiction, memoir, or poetry. Ms. Svoboda would like to see a brief description of your project (one paragraph) and a sample of writing in advance. The project need not be far advanced--projects in early stages are welcome.
To participate, please email me and attach your paragraph and sample no later than 8 am, Tuesday Oct. 7. Space is limited to 12 participants. If there are fewer than 12 writers submitting work, then the remaining spaces will be available to auditors.
Also, if you live nearby, PLEASE attend Ms. Svoboda's reading on Oct. 10 at 7:30 in the Student Center Theatre. In order to preserve funding for these events, we need AUDIENCES. And if you haven't already, check out Svoboda's most recent book, Black Glasses Like Clark Kent. It's a good book and relevant to current political circumstances.