R255. Exquisite Corpse 3.0: Active Learning in the Digital Creative Writing Classroom

Room 16, Tampa Convention Center, First Floor
Thursday, March 8, 2018
3:00 pm to 4:15 pm


In the brave new world of online creative writing workshops, even instructors with limited training in digital technologies are expected to adapt face-to-face pedagogical approaches to online teaching environments. Join our panel of poets, fiction writers, essayists, and scholars as we consider best practices for re-imagining digital innovations and pedagogical techniques for the online creative writing classroom.


Brian Brodeur is author of the poetry books Natural Causes and Other Latitudes, and the chapbooks Local Fauna and So the Night Cannot Go on Without Us. New work appears in American Poetry Review, Pleiades, and The Writer's Chronicle. He is assistant professor of English at Indiana University East.

Nicole Terez Dutton teaches creative writing at a Emerson College and in the Solstice MFA program. She is a senior editor at Transition magazine and the poetry editor at The Baffler.

Kurtis Scaletta has been the online program manager at the Loft Literary Center since 2011. He was previously a learning technologies consultant at the University of Minnesota, where he also received an MA in learning technologies. He has also taught composition and creative writing.

Sarah Rose Nordgren is author of the poetry collections Best Bones and Darwin's Mother. Her poems and essays appear widely in national journals, and she creates collaborative, intergenre text art under the name SmartSnow. Nordgren is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Cincinnati.

Anne Sanow is the author of the story collection Triple Time. Her awards include the Drue Heinz Literature Prize, the L.L. Winship/PEN New England Award for Fiction, the Nelson Algren Award for Short Fiction, and an NEA fellowship in prose.


March 7–10, 2018
Tampa, FL

Tampa Convention Center & Marriott Tampa Waterside