Words on the Verge is an intersectional literary reading series featuring women & femme writers (BIPOC,queer, non-binary, & trans women to the front!) in a safe, welcoming environment.
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January 2019 Newsletter
Words on the Verge
~A Westside Literary Salon~
Join us on January 26th as Words on the Verge host, Christine Green, takes the stage as the featured reader. She will hand hosting duties to local author and artist Karen Faris. Christine' s reader fee will be donated to charity.
Christine Green is a freelance writer, teaching artist, and speaker in Brockport, NY. She currently writes a literary arts column for Rochester's (585) Magazine. She is also a regular contributor to 55 Plus Magazine and In Good Health.
She grew up in San Jose, CA and holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from UC Berkeley and a master’s degree in historical archaeology from the College of William and Mary.
Her essays, articles, poetry, and creative non-fiction appear in several literary journals and blogs.
Winter Writing Class: The Stories You Need to Tell
Words on the Verge alumni, Sejal Shah, teaches this course beginning January 22nd 11:15am to 1:15pm. This course gives students the support and structure to begin or continue writing. Students will read creative nonfiction essays by contemporary writers, generate a few first drafts through writing exercises, and take one short essay of your own through a round of revision. The class will cover such topics as setting, imagery, and where to begin (first paragraph, first sentence).