Testing Boundaries-Trying Forms
with Jennifer Lang
Wednesday, February 19, 10:00 – 13:00
“All things need some degree of order; of substance, form and structure. Show me a storm or the most beautiful day without form, and I’ll show you chaos and dissonance that is not unlike a symphony of wailing scorched cats.” ―
In this workshop, we’re going to play with words, sentences and shapes and forms. We’ll read mind-bending work by Harrison Candelaria Fletcher, Tammy Delatorre, and Randon Billings Noble to help us loosen up and become more nimble-minded on the page.
This is a generative workshop. Open to all genres, all levels.
Details: 360nis if you register by February 5 and 390nis subsequently; includes light snacks and refreshments.
American-French-Israeli hybrid, Jennifer Lang writes. Her essays have appeared in The Baltimore Review, Under the Sun, Ascent, The New Haven Review, and on Brevity’s and NPR’s podcasts, among others. A Pushcart Prize and Best American Essays nominee, she earned an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts and serves as Assistant Editor for Brevity. Findable at https://www.facebook.com/israelwriterstudio/and @JenLangWrites.