2009 interdisciplinary/intergenerational writers lab online anthology

Kearny Street Workshop and Intersection for the Arts, two of San Francisco's oldest multidisciplinary arts organizations, have announced the release of the 2009 Interdisciplinary/ Intergenerational Writers Lab Online Anthology, Flick of My Tongue.

Comprised of poetry, short stories and other prose written by the diverse group of students and instructors who participated in the sixth annual Interdisciplinary/ Intergenerational Writers Lab, this special collection is now available for public viewing online.

Contributors include: IWL students Starbright Elizabeth Bilyck, Drea Brown, Richard Kevin Cartwright, Mai Doan, Victoria Gannon, Betty Johnson, Carolyn Kameya, Kenji Liu, Carrie Leilam Love, Karim Scarlata and Vidhu Singh; and instructors Jewelle Gomez and Truong Tran.

The Interdisciplinary/Intergenerational Writers Lab is a program that challenges writers to explore and develop their writing skills and styles in multiple genres. The IWL 2009 program took place April 11 - June 6, 2009 and was led by two acclaimed artists: author and playwright Jewelle Gomez and poet and visual artist Truong Tran.

To view the anthology online, go here. To learn more about the Interdisciplinary/Intergenerational Writers Lab, go here. For more information about Kearny Street Workshop, go here. And finally, for more information about Intersection for the Arts, go here.

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