POLITICAL CONTENT & ENGAGEMENT
in story, memoir, and poetry
five FREE writing workshops participants’ reading gala “i am ND” anthology
DATES | Oct. 21, 2012 at 2pm–4pm and every other Sunday onwards (11/04, 11/18, 12/02, 12/16)
LOCATION | Mills College 5000 MacArthur Boulevard (Room TBA)
instructor melissa r. sipin and hosted by
ANAKBAYAN East Bay TAYO Literary Magazine Philippine American Writers & Artists Mills College
“Every colonized people—in other words, every people in whose soul an inferiority complex has been created by the death and burial of its local cultural originality—finds itself face to face with the language of the civilizing nation; that is, with the culture of the mother country. The colonized is elevated above his jungle status in proportion to his adoption of the mother country’s cultural standards.”
— Frantz Fanon
This political content & engagement workshop invites writers to shape their memoir, poetry, prose, or performance work with an emphasis on impacting perceptions, be thy political, personal, social, literary, or cultural. We exchange our writing and develop voice and authority while working on techniques to elevate the richness and toughness of our voice. We read and analyze authors to observe how they effectively move the reader, affect perception, and perhaps opinion. Class discussions focus how our work affects how we are perceived and how the events of the world are understood. The elements of each genre are addressed as well.
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