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Write Here, Write Now: (re)Thinking (re)Writing with Oscar Mancinas

Date(s): Tuesday, June 30, 2020, 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Location: 
Zoom
Type(s): 
Workshop
Genre and Form(s): Experimental, Mixed Genre, Poetry
Cost: $5

About this Event

Need ideas to help you get started writing? Take a dip into our classes before you dive in! Presented in partnership with Phoenix College and Changing Hands Bookstore, Write Here, Write Now is a monthly pop-up workshop

This month: (re)Thinking (re)Writing with Oscar Mancinas

From news articles to reviews, and even lowly comments sections, printed poetry and prose surrounds us in our everyday lives. Using collage and blackout in conjunction with collaborative techniques, we’ll consider how an attentive, discerning practice of reading can reinvigorate our writing, generate new work, and open up creative possibilities.

Please note: given the spread of COVID-19, this workshop has moved online. If you have any questions, please contact Marketing and Outreach Specialist Jake Friedman at 240.593.1757 or jake.friedman@asu.edu

About the Author

Oscar Mancinas is a Raramuri-Chicanx writer, teacher, and PhD candidate. He was born and raised in Mesa, Arizona's Washington-Escobedo neighborhood. His books include JAULA, ROTO: A MEX-TAPE, and To Live and Die in El Valle. He splits his time between Phoenix and Mesa.