Free Creative Writing Workshop Tomorrow, 9-11:30 AM, B-202!

THE CRW Saturday Workshop Series Continues

7 February, 9-11:30 AM, B-202, Free and Open to the Public!

“Ink, Inspiration and Image—Using Drawing Prompts to Generate Ideas for Writing,” featuring Johnnie Clemens May, GCC CRW/English Faculty and Poet, and Dorothy Stewart, Visual Artist and Poet.

When: Saturday, 7 February, 9:00-11:30 AM

Where: GCC’s B-202

Free and Open to the Public

Light refreshments will be served!

Main Campus map (.pdf)

Johnnie Clemens May has a B.A. and an M.A. from Indiana University and an M.F.A. in poetry from Pacific University. She has helped build and was the one of the first coordinators for the creative writing certificate program at Glendale Community College and teaches creative writing courses, including personal and exploratory writing, an introduction to poetry, intermediate poetry and an introduction to creative writing. She also teaches composition and literature classes. Along with having published her poetry in several literary magazines, Johnnie has hosted a poetry series at a local coffeehouse, has delivered lectures and poetry readings to community organizations, has been a poetry judge in local competitions and has studied with nationally recognized poets Ellen Bass, Marie Howe and Dorianne Laux, among others.

Dorothy Stewart, Poet, Painter and Potter, has a BA in Comparative Literature and an MLS from the University of California, Berkeley. She has taught graphic arts at Maricopa Community Colleges. Dorothy has been writing poetry for 25 years and has enjoyed drawing and painting since she was six.

 

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