Writing with Constraints Workshop
with Jennifer Lang
Monday, April 12, 2021
In parenting, we say children need and thrive on limits. The same goes for writers. Constrained writing–a literary term for written forms or techniques that limit what or how writers/poets write–forces us to work with specific words or word count, within clear parameters, with patterns. In this workshop, we’ll explore flash and other forms of constraint and play on the page. This is a generative workshop. Open to all levels, all genres.
Date: Monday, April 12 from 18:30-20:30 Israel/11:30-1:30PM EDT/8:30-10:30AM PDT
Cost: 220nis or $75 by bit, direct deposit, or PayPal (US$)
Details: advance payment required; non-refundable if you cancel within one week of the workshop and your place cannot be filled.
American-French-Israeli hybrid, Jennifer Lang writes. Her essays have appeared in Stonecoast Review, Baltimore Review, Hippocampus, Under the Sun, Ascent, and forthcoming in Consequence, among others. A Pushcart Prize and Best American Essays nominee, she holds an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts and serves as Assistant Editor for Brevity. Findable at https://www.facebook.com/israelwriterstudio/and @JenLangWrites.