Exploring Experimental Writing Forms in Prose & Poetry
This lively class will explore unusual, interesting forms of writing–ideal for both prose and poetry writers. Each week will focus on one experimental form; the three forms include: Haibun, Braided Essay, and Triptych. Craft lessons will introduce each specific form, and we will read aloud several examples. Prompts will allow students to practice and experiment with that week’s form, and sharing will be encouraged but not required. Additionally, the final class will include opportunities and considerations for publication submission. Classes may be purchased individually or as a group. Ideal for anyone looking for a safe, supportive environment to try on new forms and expand one’s writing!
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