We are proud to announce Sarah Einstein as one of our presenters at our Fall Writing Workshop on October 21st.
Sarah Einstein teaches creative writing at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She is the author of Mot: A Memoir (University of Georgia Press, 2015) and Remnants of Passion (SheBooks, 2014). Her essays and short stories have appeared in the Sun, Ninth Letter, PANK, and other journals. Her work has been reprinted in the Best of the Net and awarded a Pushcart Prize and the AWP Prize for Creative Nonfiction.
She will be presenting: The Triptych Flash Essay: A Generative Workshop
The triptych form, borrowed from the world of visual arts, presents the reader with three small pieces that, put together, create an understanding larger than its parts. In this generative workshop, participants will take a look at two flash triptych essays, Poster Children by Sandra Lambert and Fish by Nicole Walker, and then work with prompts to generate ideas toward their own triptych flash essays.
Check-in starts at 10:30 at the Second Presbyterian Church, 700 Pine Street, in downtown Chattanooga. For more details and to register for the workshop, visit our website HERE.