Summer Workshop Program 2024

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Michelle Tea Writing for Witches August 11 to August 16, 2024 Time 9 am - 12 pm Discipline: Fiction Open To All On-site Housing NOT Available - Off-site Housing Options
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Writing and witchcraft have much in common—a conjuring, a lot of mystery, feelings of being hexed or blessed as we labor at our work. Also, both writers and witches struggle to ‘own’ these terms, fearing they haven’t published enough to be a ‘real’ writer, or haven’t set their crystals under the full moon enough to be a ‘real’ witch. Obviously, all of this is hogwash. In this workshop, both writers and witches at all levels will come together to merge ritual with their creative practices. This generative workshop will use prompts from Tarot and other metaphysical traditions, as well as draw from contemporary literature with magical content. Mystical practices such as meditation, altar-building, moon observation, and other occult activities will be engaged in with the intention of approaching work from new angles, rejuvenating personal writing disciplines, and increasing confidence in your ability to wrestle with the ethereal energies that create both literature and ritual.

Biography

Michelle Tea is the author or editor of over twenty books, ranging from memoir to poetry to fiction to children's lit, and more. Her most recent work is Knocking Myself Up: A Memoir of My In/Fertility. The follow-up to her popular Modern Tarot, Modern Magic, will be published October 2024. Tea is the founder of Sister Spit, creator of Drag Queen Story Hour, and publisher of DOPAMINE Books, and holds honors from Lambda Literary, the Rona Jaffe Foundation, PEN/America and the Guggenheim Foundation.

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