Workshops

Check out what’s in store for 2020 and contact me with any questions about a class!

Past Workshops

February

Contextualizing the Family Story, an eight-week creative non-fiction workshop series

When: Tuesdays, May 5 to June 23, 2020

Where: Hugo House, Seattle, WA

Subject/Object Subversion, a generative all-genre workshop at Goddard College

When: Monday, February 17, 2020

Where: Goddard College, Port Townsend, WA

Current Workshops

Writing the Family Saga, a creative non-fiction workshop at Hugo House

When: Sunday, November 1, 2020 @ 1pm – 5pm. $108 members / $120 non-members; need-based scholarships available through Hugo House. Register HERE.

Where: Hugo House, Seattle, WA via Zoom

As James Baldwin wrote, “I am what time, circumstance, history, have made of me, certainly, but I am, also, much more than that. So are we all.” In this single session, you will begin laying the foundation of your family story — origins, questions, and artifacts — so that you may continue building your project with focus and intention. As you start organizing what you already know about your family history, you will begin to discover what you want to find out. Come prepared to read, write, discuss, and embrace the importance of your family story!

Register HERE.

Agnotology is the study of ignorance, how it is produced and maintained, what is lost and forgotten, and most importantly, why. What drops—or is dropped—from the historical record? What has gone missing, and whose agenda do those gaps and holes serve? You could say that agnotology is the study of what isn’t.

Foreward to John Okada’s No No Boy, Ruth Ozeki 2014
%d bloggers like this: