Writing About 2020: Writing About the COVID-19 Pandemic and Its Social, Political, and Economic Impact
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Last year was full of isolation and upheaval as our social worlds contracted due to COVID-19 lockdowns, expanded in protests against police brutality and repressive racism, became embattled in political unrest and more.
In this series of three writing workshops with Michael Kleber-Diggs, recent winner of the Max Ritvo Poetry Prize for his debut collection, Worldly Things, exercise your writing muscles in feeling, thinking and making sense of the past year and your experiences. Writers of all genres are welcome, and you can choose to attend one, two or all three sessions.
This series is presented by The Loft.
This is an online class offered remotely using Zoom communication software. After registration, participants will receive an email from the library approximately three days prior to class with additional instructions including a link (or URL) that will be used as an invitation to enter the online class. If registering within 72 hours of class start time, expect to receive an email with the instructions and link the morning of the event.