Free Generative Writing Workshop for April: Nicole Vanderlinden

Free Generative Writing Workshop for April: Nicole Vanderlinden

The Free Generative Writing Workshops provide a space for career writers, curious beginners, writers of all levels and stages of life. Our goal is to make it easy to meet and learn from some of the most talented writer/teachers living in or passing through Iowa City. Every month a new writer leads a generative workshop, presenting a prompt inspired by their own preoccupations, passions, or interests.

Co-sponsored by Iowa City Poetry and PorchLight Literary Arts Center.

This month's leader: Nicole VanderLinden

Date: Sunday, April 16, 5:30-7 pm Central (3:30 P, 4:30 M, 6:30 E)

Platforms: You're invited to attend online or in person

  • To attend online, register HERE. After registering, the Zoom link will be automatically emailed to you
  • To attend in person, please join us at PorchLight Literary Arts Center, 1019 E. Washington, Iowa City. 

Nicole VanderLinden’s fiction appears or is forthcoming in Crazyhorse, Cimarron ReviewEpiphanyShenandoah, and elsewhere, and in 2020, Lauren Groff selected her story as the winner of the New Ohio Review Fiction Prize. She serves as the fiction/nonfiction book review editor for Colorado Review, is a reader for Ploughshares, and has been a Tennessee Williams fiction scholar at the Sewanee Writers’ Conference. She lives in Iowa City and is finishing her first novel.

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