Teaching and writing for social change (Monday 2/8)

Teaching and writing for social change: A conversation with the authors of Writing Our Way Out: Memoirs from Jail
Monday, February 8th, 12:30-1:30pm, Weinstein Hall Brown Alley Room 313
Bring your lunch for a book reading and discussion with 7 of the 11 authors whose work emerged out of a writing workshop begun at the  Richmond City Jail–a six-week course led by David Coogan, associate professor of English at VCU, that turned into a nine-year odyssey of writing, editing and fellowship. “Top literary stuff! This is what changes how we see the world.” —Jimmy Santiago Baca, author of the prison memoir A Place to Stand: The Making of a Poet
Co-sponsored by the Center for Civic Engagement, American Studies, One Book, One Richmond, and Boatwright Library.
Weinstein Hall is building #8 on the following map. We recommend that you park in lots R18 or R19, which are both off of Richmond Way: http://www.richmond.edu/visit/maps/print/parking.pdf.
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