Fiction writers: stop being so studied! This workshop, led by Guggenheim-winning novelist Cristina García (King of Cuba) will encourage you to make a mess—to let your writing unspool in unpredictable, organic ways; to welcome what surprises and disturbs you; to harness wildness without domesticating its energies. García will help you create from a (chaotic) sense of mission, discovery, and relentless curiosity. And teach you how to do this consistently enough to make a lasting, vivid difference in your work. García is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Whiting Writers’ Award, a Hodder Fellowship at Princeton University, and an NEA grant, among others. She has taught at universities nationwide.
Classes are limited to just 15 students, lasts for three hours, and concludes with a reception for the author.
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