ClassInhabiting and Closeness—A Writing Practice: Feedback class with Moheb Soliman
One power of writing is simply rendering—capturing the experiential and phenomenal dimensions of life, beyond the narratives and meanings we apply onto it. In this class, we will come in close and stay there, inhabiting the spaces and moments of your submitted writing to draw out the more subjective and sensory details in their own right and give them room to re-orient the work. Participants are asked to submit three pages of in-progress writing for group workshopping. They will leave with jumping-off points for revising and creating new content as well as feedback on improving their craft along the themes of this class. Poetry work may especially benefit here but open to all forms of writing, and all levels of experience welcome.
Technology for this class
This is a four-hour live virtual workshop, but is preceded by a week of sharing your work in Wet.Ink. Please make time to read and respond the other material in the class before the live meeting.
One week before the class you will receive an invitation (via email) to join the Wet.Ink class website; this site will allow you to post your work and leave feedback for other students. You can find out more about wet.ink at http://wet.ink/demos.
At least 24 hours before the live session you will receive the link to join the live session in Zoom.