An inside look at how editors shape literary production, with editors from 3 publishers
Get an inside look at how editors shape literary production.
Join us as editors from Sixteen Rivers Press, Aunt Lute Books, and Black Freighter Press discuss their visions for change.
Hosted by Dominican University of California's MFA program.
Aunt Lute Books has been bringing revolutionary queer women, women of color, and underrepresented voices to the forefront of literature since 1982.
Black Freighter Press is committed to the exploration of liberation, using art to transform consciousness. A platform for Black and Brown writers to honor ancestry and propel radical imagination.
Sixteen Rivers Press is a shared-work, nonprofit poetry collective dedicated to providing an alternative publishing avenue for Northern California poets.
Following the presentation, MFA Director Judy Halebsky will be available to answer questions about the Low Residency MFA in Creative Writing program.
Registration is required. This creative writing event is a service to the public and there is no charge for participating. Dominican University of California is a nonprofit institution.
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