Intermedia/SASE Writer to Writer Mentorships
Color Theory For the 21st Century: Beyond the Pure
Readings by Writers of Color
Thursday, February 14, 2008
7:00 PM at Patrick’s Cabaret
3010 Minnehaha Ave, Minneapolis
Free and open to the public
Katie LeoKatie Leo is an adopted Korean writer, actor, and educator. Her work has appeared in 60 Seconds to Shine: Monologues for Men, Talking Stick Vol. 13, Journal of the Asian American Renaissance, and HardKore, a lit mag out of Koreatown, Chicago. She also has work forthcoming in the anthology, Belonging: Words and Images of Home. She is an MFA candidate in writing at the University of Minnesota.
Arlene Jiyoung Kim, a 2nd-generation Korean-American, grew up in the DC area, graduated from Brown University in 1995, and worked in Seattle as an editor for MSNBC before moving to Minneapolis. She is currently in the University of Minnesota's graduate writing program for poetry.
call for applicationsSpring 2008 Writer-to-Writer Mentorships
Application Deadline: Wednesday, February 20, 2008
Download the Application Form (122KB PDF) Writer-to-Writer is an adult mentorship program that gives advanced writers the opportunity to reach their next level of artistic development. Writer-to-Writer creates intimate relationships between artists; participants meet regularly throughout the semester, with one established writer mentoring four to six advanced writers. Mentors act as artistic catalysts and partners, providing each mentee with artistic feedback and professional guidance. Each Writer-to-Writer session culminates in a public reading and reception in which mentees and mentors read from their bodies of work.
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