“The poems in Fludde make the uncanny uncanny again, no small feat in an era in which reality surpasses the imagination at every turn.” —Mónica de la TorreRead More
The 2018 season of Sarabande Writing Labs is underway, and we are delighted to introduce the leaders, teachers, and artists in our community who will be involved with our writing workshops!
Minda Honey's writing has been featured on Longreads, the Los Angeles Review of Books, the Washington Post, The Guardian, and The Oxford American. A graduate of the MFA program at the University of California, she has led memoir workshops in the community as a Gluck Fellow, at the Kentucky Museum of Arts and Crafts, the Speed Art Museum, for Louisville Literary Arts, the Inlandia Institute and as the South Central Regional library's March Artist-in-Residence. She is the LEO Weekly's relationship advice columnist.
Minda will be teaching SWL essay-writing workshops at Louisville South Central Regional Library.
Tasha Golden is the frontwoman and songwriter for the critically acclaimed band Ellery. Her songs have been heard in major motion pictures, TV dramas, radio, and more. Her poetry, prose, and research have been published in Pleaides, Ethos Journal, and Coldnoon Poetics, among others. She researches the impact of the arts on social silences, and founds creative writing workshops for incarcerated teen women. She blogs for Ploughshares literary journal.
Tasha will be leading workshops through SWL's partnership with Youth Detention Services of Louisville.
HANNAH ROSE NEUHAUSER
Hannah Rose Neuhauser is a writer and educator from Louisville, KY. Her poems and essays have appeared in Cactus Heart, apt, Luna Luna, Maudlin House, The Collagist, and So to Speak. She is the Volunteer and Program Coordinator for Young Authors Greenhouse, a nonprofit organization that inspires students ages 6 - 18 from under-resourced communities to grow their imaginations through writing.
Hannah Rose will be leading workshops through SWL's partnership with Americana Community Center.
KRISTEN RENEE MILLER
Kristen Renee Miller is Sarabande's Director of Educational Programming. In 2014, she founded Sarabande Writing Labs to support and celebrate writers in Louisville's under-resourced communities. Kristen received her M.A. in English from the University of Louisville, where she taught creative writing for four years. She is a writer and translator with work appearing in POETRY, Kenyon Review, Guernica, The Offing, and elsewhere.
Kristen edits the Sarabande Writing Labs anthology series.
Sarabande Writing Labs, our signature arts education program, is the recipient of an inaugural "Imagine Greater Louisville 2020" grant, thanks to Louisville Metro Government and Fund for the Arts and with funding from the Jennifer Lawrence Foundation.Read More
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