In this workshop, part of the 7th Annual Spokane Writers Conference, the PEN-award-winning author of SEA OF HOOKS, Lindsay Hill, will engage participants in a conversation about how experimental writing can not only be a pleasure to read, but also lead to breakthroughs in style, form, content, and voice within one's own writing. This is a great workshop for poetry and fiction writers who are interested in expanding their writing practive.
The Spokane Writers Conference is an annual two-day event organized by Spokane County Library District and Spokane Public Library. All workshops are free and open to the public.
About Lindsay Hill:
A native San Franciscan, Lindsay Hill has a literary degree from Bard College and currently lives in Spokane. His poetry and fiction have appeared in New England Review, Conjunctions, New American Writing, Sulfur, New Orleans Review and elsewhere. He has published six books of poetry with small presses and his debut novel, SEA OF HOOKS, won the 2014 PEN Center USA Fiction Award, an IPPY Gold Medal, and was a finalist for the Chautauqua Price. It was also a Top 10 Book of the Year at both Publishers Weekly and New York Magazine. His manuscript, TIDAL LOCK, a work of experimental literary fiction, was shortlisted for the 2021 Dzanc Fiction Prize. He has coached and edited the works of a number of published poets and facilitated writing workshops at Spark Central.
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