Class: 30 Days: Journaling Through Catastrophe With Lillian Ann Slugocki

30 Days: Journaling Through Catastrophe

April 8-May 7
Ongoing, online
Instructor/Moderator: Lillian Ann Slugocki

Each participant in this offering will keep a guided public journal of at least 500 words for 30 days. The class will be structured like a Massive Open Online Class (MOOC), so people can drop in any time, day or night. Students will join a private Facebook group where each day’s prompt will be posted (and/or on Instagram/Twitter) at 6 p.m. PST.

30 Days: Journaling Through Catastrophe With Lillian Ann Slugocki / April 8-May 7
Participants can post their entry right on the Facebook page, or send by email, and indicate whether it’s private or public (with name/or anonymous). All the days’ entries marked public will be published on Angels Flight • literary west as a living, breathing document. Participants are also welcome to choose the day’s theme by pitching the idea to the group. The journal grows organically as a conversation and a shared document of our days together fighting a pandemic. This space is inclusive, all are welcome. You may use a pseudonym, and it is free.

Curated by Lillian Ann Slugocki, this offering will be a supportive group community effort to write and share.

Lillian Ann Slugocki is an award-winning writer and the curator and producer of BEDLAM: New Work by Women reading series at KGB, New York. Her nonfiction has been published in Longreads, The Nervous Breakdown, Volume 1: Brooklyn, Salon, Bloom/The Millions and others. She produced and wrote a documentary series for National Public Radio, co-wrote The Erotica Project with Erin Cressida Wilson, and her work has been reviewed in The New York Times, Art in America, The Village Voice and others. Lillian is the special projects editor for Angels Flight • literary west and co-produced two East Coast Salons at KGB in NYC with AFLW co-founder Michele Raphael.

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