In this workshop based class we will share creative work in a supportive and inspirational environment, look at published texts (both creative and writing craft related), and complete several writing prompts together. This workshop would be appropriate for those writers who already have stories, personal essays, or poems ready to share, as well as those writers who are just getting started and need more guidance into the process of creation, workshop, and revision.All genres are welcome, from novel to family story and essay.
Natalie Sypolt lives and writes in West Virginia. She received an MFA in fiction from West Virginia University and currently teaches creative writing, literature, and composition. Her work has appeared in Glimmer Train, Switchback, r.kv.r.y., Ardor Literary Magazine, Superstition Review, Paste, Willow Springs Review, and The Kenyon Review Online, among others. She also serves as a literary editor for the Anthology of Appalachian Writers, the High School Workshop Coordinator for the West Virginia Writers Workshop at WVU, and is co-host of SummerBooks: A literary podcast.
$65 for all four classes for members, $75 non-members
Thursdays from May 8-29