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Workshop: Writing About Identity and the Fractured Self (Zoom)

Writing About Identity and the Fractured Self

In this workshop we will read and write pieces dealing with identity and how we understand our sense of self via an array of topics related to the fractured identity including heritage, sense of place etc. Examined works include those of Scott Russell Sanders, Mary Karr and Mark Doty.

Writing About Identity and the Fractured Self. Adults & teens, all experience levels welcome. Saturdays, March 20-April 17, 10:00 AM to noon, on Zoom. Course fee is $25 (scholarships are available). Please register here before March 13.

Meet the Teaching Artist: Anastasios Mihalopoulos holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and English from Allegheny College. His thesis in creative nonfiction was titled, Distillations: Essays on Science and Singularity in the Self. He attended the Writing Workshops in Greece (WWIG) and is currently pursuing an M.F.A. in creative writing through the Northeast Ohio MFA program.


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