In this class we will consider the works of Virginia Woolf (UK, 1882-1941), Janet Frame (NZ, 1924-2004), and Katherine Dunn (US, 1945-) as a scaffolding via which to understand some traditions of fiction in English over the course of the twentieth century. We will consider the density and magic resident in their prose, the resonances amidst their subjects, styles, and themes, and the ways in which their works carry histories forward.
"dig out some of that candy" -- K. Dunn, Truck (1971)
Class meets online Tues/Thurs, with further potential drop-in conversation in between, September 23 - December 18. All readings and all forms of response are suggested rather than required. Cost $325.
In this class we will speak and work together in support of your writing practice.
Conversation will be lively and inspiring -- it's amazing how much can happen in a season if you commit to a regular practice and open to a community of peers. Class will include writing exercises and prompts as well as strong individualized support for each participant. We will also engage with the works of other writers and artists.
Class meets online Tues/Thurs, with further potential drop-in conversation in between, and an individual meeting to discuss your full season's work in early December (in person or via Skype/email). September 23 - December 18. Cost $325.
To register, please contact Elizabeth.