Workshop Series at The Sou’wester
Experiments in Writing & Zine Making with A.M. O’Malley & Grant Gerald Miller
Come experiment! This workshop will consist of 4 hours of generative writing and then and 1-2 hours of zine making with a lunch break. We will explore erasure poems, flash memoir and flash fiction and will do our best to embody the spirit of play in our writing. The class include a zine-which is a self-made publication made by one person or a small group.
A.M. O’Malley lives in Portland, OR where she is the Executive Director of the Independent Publishing Resource Center. Her writing has appeared in Nailed Magazine, Poor Claudia and The Burnside Review, among other publications. Expecting Something Else her first full-length book of poem-memoir is out on University of Hell Press. Find her at amomalley.com
Grant Gerald Miller was born in Memphis, Tennessee. He is currently an MFA candidate at the University of Alabama and an assistant editor at Black Warrior Review. His work has appeared or is set to appear in various journals including Hobart, Qu Magazine, Bartleby Snopes, Necessary Fiction, and Nimrod.
COST: $25 – $40 sliding scale
BRING: a writing utensil and paper, and please bring a sack lunch and/or snack (hot tea and coffee provided)
All workshops are open to the public.
All Skill Levels Welcome.
This workshop is for students age 15 and up.
RSVP via firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-642-2542