I’ve now finished, Felicia Rose Chavez’s The Anti-Racist Writing Workshop, and so I want to weigh in with some thoughts on the way workshops are discussed, and some of the advice she gives.
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Inclusivity: Expanding the Canon
How A Writer’s Craft Can be a (more) Anti-Racist Textbook, Part 5 Chapter 4 of Felicia Rose Chavez’s The Anti-Racist Writing Workshop talks about how Chavez moved from being taught with the standard literature anthologies when she was in college, reading the assigned white writers from library copies in old editions or photocopying assignments becauseContinue reading “Inclusivity: Expanding the Canon”
Confronting My Discomfort About Anti-Racism
How A Writer’s Craft Can be a (more) Anti-Racist Textbook, Part 4 As I’ve tried to lay out in my first three posts of this series, I am very interested in and supportive of the move to create an anti-racist creative writing workshop. That doesn’t mean that the conversation is always comfortable, nor should itContinue reading “Confronting My Discomfort About Anti-Racism”