R143. Creating Discrimination & Harassment Policies in the Era of #MeToo
Thursday, March 28, 2019
9:00 am to 10:15 am
Michael Khandelwal writes and publishes fiction and poetry and teaches workshops for The Muse Writers Center in Norfolk, Virginia, for which he is the Executive Director (and cofounder). He is a columnist for Coastal Virginia Magazine and a former webmaster for The American Council on Education.
Eve Bridburg is the founder and Executive Director of Grub Street, one of the country’s leading writing centers. She is also a former literary agent with ZSH Literary agent where she's edited and sold bestselling and award-winning nonfiction and fiction.
Andrea Dupree is program director for Lighthouse Writers Workshop, a nonprofit literary center she co-founded in 1997. A recipient of two MacDowell fellowships, her fiction has appeared in places including Ploughshares, VQR, Colorado Review, and the Normal School.
Britt Udesen is the Executive and Artistic Director at the Loft Literary Center and has served in leadership positions at LitNet, The Cabin, The Sun Valley Center for the Arts, and Storyfort.
Gregg Wilhelm is director of the BFA and MFA Programs in Creative Writing at George Mason University. He is founder and director emeritus of literary arts nonprofit CityLit Project in Baltimore and publisher of its CityLit Press imprint. Wilhelm earned his MFA in fiction from the University of Tampa.