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Refrigerator Notes & Troll Threads: Flash Fiction & Poetry in Everyday Forms with Joe Hall (Hybrid)

Post-its, texts to friends and family, comment threads….

In this youth writing workshop, we’ll think about all the different forms of writing we do every day and practice using these familiar forms of writing as vehicles for poetry and fiction that takes them to strange, delightful, and soulful places.

This workshop is FREE, aimed at young students aged 12–18, and limited to 10 in-person participants with the option to join virtually.

 

  • COVID SAFETY: We’ll be following social distancing protocol, taking temperatures, and providing masks and sanitizer as needed.
  • ACCESSIBILITY NOTE: If you have any questions/issues accessing any of these opportunities, please let us know and we will work with you to make sure you can participate.
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Date

Tuesday, November 30, 2021
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Time

Zoom links will be provided to virtual participants.
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Cost

Free
Just Buffalo Writing Center

Location

Just Buffalo Writing Center
468 Washington Street, 2nd Floor, Buffalo, NY 14203
Just Buffalo Literary Center

Organizer

Just Buffalo Literary Center
Phone
(716) 832-5400
Email
info@justbuffalo.org

Featured Artist

  • Joe Hall
    Joe Hall
    Poet

    Joe Hall is the author of five books of poetry, most recently Someone’s Utopia (2018). With Chad Hardy, he co-authored The Container Store Vols I & II (2012). With Cheryl Quimba, he co-authored the chapbook May I Softly Walk (2014). His next book, Fugue & Strike, is forthcoming in 2022. He has performed and delivered talks nationally at universities, living rooms, squats, and/or rivers in most of the 50 states as well as Canada and Washington, DC. He participates in Hostile Books, a publishing collective dedicated to radical materiality, with Ryan Kaveh Sheldon and Angela Veronica Wong.

    photo cred: Lianna Hogan

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