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Advanced Study Workshop in Non-Traditional Prose Workshop led by Berkshire Community College faculty Julianna Spallholz and Nell McCabe
March 10, 2016 @ 3:00 pmFree
In this advanced writing workshop designed to examine works of non-traditional and cross-genre prose, participants will create and discuss their original work as well as selections from authors such as Lydia Davis, Selah Saterstrom, and Kim Gek Lin Short. Enrollment is limited. Register by email to Julianna Spallholz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: The Writing Center, Susan B. Anthony Lounge, Rooms A123/124
Nell McCabe began writing fiction as a child and has continued writing – sometimes sporadically – through eclectic educational endeavors, varied employments, and motherhood. In 2011, she co-founded New England Writers’ Collective with Emily Pulfer-Terino, which is dedicated to providing opportunities for connection, collaboration, and critical conversations in support of the intellectual and artistic pursuits of its members. An Assistant Professor of English at Berkshire Community College, Nell is currently working on a mystery novel set in the Berkshires.
Julianna Spallholz is an Associate Professor of English at Berkshire Community College, where she serves as faculty advisor to the journal of student writing and visual art. The State of Kansas, her debut collection of short and non-traditional fiction, was published in 2012 by GenPop Books. Her work has appeared in numerous literary journals, including Caketrain, Denver Quarterly, and Sleepingfish.