A paper co-authored with Zoë Bossiere, titled "(Re)Considering Craft and Centralizing Cultures: A Revision of the Introductory Creative Writing Workshop," now appears in Volume 7, Issue 1 of the Journal of Creative Writing Studies. I am both privileged and grateful to have been able to do this work with Zoë!
After too long, my newest In The Classroom post at Assay is now available to read as "Navigating a Pendulum: Normalizing Creative Writing Scholarship in the Classroom." I am so incredibly privileged and lucky to be able to do this work with students and other teachers, and happy to continue the hope of entwining creative … Continue reading ITC #3
Friends: You can find me at the 2019 Association of Writers & Writing Programs (AWP) conference in Portland, OR. I'll be at the University of Nebraska Press table (9093/9095) this Friday, from 11:00-12:00, for an author signing of Island in the City.
I'm honored to continue my series on inclusive creative writing pedagogies at Assay with the series' newest segment: "Towards Transdisciplinary Social Justice"!
I'm so very grateful to have had a talk with the ever-attentive Zoë Bossiere at the New Books Network about Island in the City. You can listen to our podcast here.
Today, Assay's In the Classroom Blog Series features my newest essay on pedagogy: "We're Going to Need More than Erasure: Normalizing Creative Writing Scholarship in the Classroom." This post is part 1 of 4 in a series, which will focus on inclusive creative writing pedagogies & curricula.
Many, many thanks go out to Vivian Wagner at Newpages, for her lovely review of Island in the City. Read her review here!
OH friends: I'll have a book reading/signing event for Island in the City at The Little Professor in Athens. If you can make it, I'd love to see you there!
Many, many thanks go to Jarrett Neal at Newcity for his review of Island in the City, "From Normal to Chicago." Go here for Neal's Island review, and here for more of his work.
Though preorders have already shipped, today is the official publication date for Island in the City! Serious & sincere gratitude go out to University of Nebraska Press for their work and dedication to this material—and, of course, to all those who helped this writing find a form and a home. Thank you.