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Premise Course: What is heroism? Do we all have it within us? Sophocles’ Ajax

Delve Readers Seminar: Hilary Mantel: Beyond the Booker

Premise Course: Do we shape our world or does it shape us? Arendt’s The Human Condition


Writing And/As the Mother with Amanda Montei

The Stacks Coffeehouse: October 2021 Writing Class

Writing Beyond Stereotypes of Disability


Oracles and Creativity: Designing Your Own Symbolic System

Delve Readers Seminar: One Hundred Years of Solitude


Multiplicity — A 4-Week Generative Writing Lab w/ Daniel Elder

Delve Readers Seminar: 9/11 Literatures and the Global War on Terror: 20th Anniversary

Writing Characters Who Take Up Space


Inquiry as Narrative w/ Lilly Dancyger

Archiving Ancestors, Collective Grief, and the Illusion of Time

Band of Submitting Writers & Artists


Cusp :: The Vibrant Space Between Fiction and Nonfiction :: A Webgasm


Premise Course: Do we have the ability to make ourselves free? de Beauvoir’s The Ethics of Ambiguity & Kafka’s The Metamorphosis


The Trauma-Informed Creative Writing Classroom

Premise Course: How do illness and pain define the human experience? Zadie Smith’s Intimations and Susan Sontag’s Illness as Metaphor

Delve Readers Seminar: Herman Melville: Great Shorter Works

Foul Play Nordic Style: Scandinavian Crime Fiction

Memoir Infusion

Delve Readers Seminar: Homer, The Odyssey

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