High School Fiction Writing Workshop - Altered State: Identity and the City
Jennifer Gilmore is the author of the novel The Mothers, which is currently being adapted for film; Something Red; and Golden Country, a New York Times Notable Book, a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, and winner of the National Jewish Book Award. Her work has appeared in magazines and journals including The Atlantic, Bomb, BookForum, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, Real Simple, Salon, Tin House, Vogue, and the Washington Post. Gilmore has been a MacDowell Colony fellow and has taught writing and literature at Barnard College, Cornell University, The New School, New York University, and Princeton University. Currently she is a visiting lecturer at Harvard University.
High School Nonfiction / Journalism + Design Writing Workshop - Truth Artfully Told
Nina Boutsikaris received her MFA in Creative Nonfiction from the University of Arizona and has taught first-year writing and creative writing for several years, with a focus on genre resistance. Her work appears in Fourth Genre, Brevity, the Los Angeles Review, Hobart, and elsewhere. Recent awards and honors include a Notable mention in Best American Essays 2016, a 2016 Peter Taylor Teaching Fellowship at the Kenyon Review Writers Workshop, and Redivider’s 2015 Beacon Street Prize for Nonfiction. She currently teaches First Year Writing at Eugene Lang College.
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