F250. Community Crafting: Reaching Beyond the Classroom to Empower Local Communities
Friday, February 10, 2017
3:00 pm to 4:15 pm
Sean Lovelace works in flash fiction and hybrid fiction and nonfiction. He has won several awards. He is the author of Fog Gorgeous Stag and They Could No Longer Contain Themselves. His next book is about Velveeta. He directs the creative writing program at Ball State University. He blogs at seanlovelace.com.
B.J. Hollars is the reviews editor for Pleiades, a mentor for Creative Nonfiction, and an assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. He's the author of several works, most recently From the Mouths of Dogs and This Is Only a Test, as well as the editor of Blurring the Boundaries.
Sarah Blackman is the director of creative writing at the Fine Arts Center, a public arts magnet high school. She is the fiction coeditor of Diagram, and the founding editor of Crashtest, an online literary magazine for high school age writers. She has published two books: Mother Box and Hex.
Jennifer Franklin (Brown AB, Columbia MFA) is the author of the poetry collections, Looming and Persephone's Ransom. Her work has been published by the Paris Review, the Nation, Boston Review, and poets.org. She is coeditor of Slapering Hol Press and teaches at The Hudson Valley Writers' Center.