Pushing the Boundaries: Experiments in Fiction, Poetry, and Hybrid Writing (with Jenny Bitner)

Jenny Bitner

 

 

WEDNESDAYS, OCTOBER 9-30; NOVEMBER 6, 13 | What happens when we approach writing like an experiment? Our minds are open, our writing is deep, and there is no room for writers’ block or cliché ideas. Burroughs used cut-up writing, Anaïs Nin made her diary her art, and now novels are being written in tweets and texts. Each week we will explore different experimental styles from surrealism to postmodernism and do exercises to loosen our minds and push us in new directions with our writing. With daily writing prompts and in-class exercises, this class is great for beginning or experienced writers wanting to push their writing in new directions. In the first session we will do a group hypnosis for creativity and for opening our imagination in new directions.

Jenny Bitner’s short stories and flash fiction have been published in Best American Nonrequired Reading, PANK, The Sun, Mississippi Review and Fence magazine. She has an M.F.A. in creative writing from the University of Virginia. She is also a certified hypnotherapist with an interest in how we can use the unconscious mind for increased creativity.


Number of sessions
: 6

Contact: jenny.bitner@gmail.com

Time: 6 pm – 8:30 pm

Dates: Wednesdays, October 9-30; November 6, 13

Course fee: $395

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Class Registration $395.00 (USD)  

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