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Publishing 360 Workshops

Publishing 360 Workshop | Project Proposal Party!

February 5, 2022 2:00 pm 4:15 pm EST

Project Proposal Party!

Saturday, Feb. 5
2–4:15 PM ET

online event; only open to Mentees & Mentors in Publishing 360

Curious to see what your fellow members of P360 are up to with their multimedia projects? In this workshop, mentees will share their proposals in small groups and get the support they need to propel them across the submission finish line. Learn how to give and receive feedback in a process that both energizes and inspires. Gain clarity on any area of your project that’s stumping you. This is a perfect opportunity to see what amazing projects we’ll be working on over the next few months and learn tips and tricks to support the creative process!

Meet the Teaching Artists

Emily Rigby

Emily Rigby

Emily Rigby (she/her) comes to Girls Write Now with a love of writing, meaningful experience developing curriculum for nonprofit organizations, and a long-held belief that there is no limit to the ways that people can express their thoughts and ideas. There is nothing that sparks her interest more than a complicated, messy protagonist whose story challenges and questions the status quo – and long-form,YouTube video essays. She holds a BA in Creative Writing and Psychology from Ithaca College and an MFA in Creative Writing from The New School and is excited to share her passion for stories in all forms as a member of the Girls Write Now team.

Vahni Kurra

Vahni Kurra

Vahni Kurra (she/hers) hails from disparate parts of the American Midwest with roots in Southern India. She recently earned a B.A. in English and Creative Writing from Kenyon College, where she co-edited Hika, Kenyon’s oldest, student-run literary magazine. Vahni’s work centers on themes of displacement, and her personal essay, “Banana Republic,” was published in Oyster River Pages. She is currently the book review editor for Sweet: A Literary Confection. Vahni has always been a strong advocate for the rights of women and trans* folks, as she has interned for NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio and helped facilitate a peer support program for Kenyon students impacted by sexual assault. Vahni is excited to blend her passions for gender equality and creative writing as she works with Girls Write Now to ensure that all mentees have the same opportunities that she did to pursue their artistic and personal dreams.

Publishing 360 Mentees & Mentors are required to attend one Publishing 360 Workshop per month.

This event is open to:

Only Publishing 360

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