A craft-based workshop for fiction and non-fiction writers on ALL levels: from true beginner to the multiply published, working on witnessing our extraordinary time, expressing the experience of living now in the context of others, and representing these experiences through the eyes of people who are often ignored or distorted in mainstream media. All are truly welcome, but especially people looking to write prose that transcends racial and cultural clichés, that looks complexly at queer and trans experiences with nuance, and that addresses the current and ongoing expressions of people with HIV, and children and survivors of the epidemic.
LIVE ELEMENTS: **This course will be held on Zoom. Class will be held from 12-2 PM EST Monday – Friday.**
Sarah Schulman is a novelist, playwright, screenwriter, nonfiction writer, and AIDS historian. She holds an endowed chair in Creative Writing at Northwestern University. Her 20th book, LET THE RECORD SHOW: A Political History of ACT UP, New York 1987-1993 was published in 2021.