Ever wondered what blending genres of horror, folktales and traditional stories, as well as magical imaginings, could mean for your work? In this generative writing workshop for adults 16+, we will explore short stories, poems and hybrid pieces that unlock the strange, the magical, the grotesque, and the beautiful that we find in our everyday lives. You will have the opportunity to find the weird in the ordinary, explore traditional stories and urban legends, and reimagine realities.
Who should take this class? Storytellers of all levels interested in poetry, prose and genre-bending work who are eager to write about the weird.
Tuesdays, February 7, 14, 21, 28 & March 7, 14, 2023, 6:30pm-8:30pm CST, via Zoom
Nonmember: $150; Member: $130; Student/Vet/Mil $75
Leticia Urieta (she/her/hers) is a Tejana writer from Austin, TX. Her work appears or is forthcoming in Chicon Street Poets, Lumina, The Offing, Kweli Journal, Medium, Electric Lit, and others. Her chapbook, The Monster, was published in 2018 by LibroMobile Press. Her hybrid collection, Las Criaturas, was a finalist for the Sergio Troncoso Award for Best First Book of Fiction 2022 from the Texas Institute of Letters and is out now from FlowerSong Press.