Why is it that most of us writers rely so heavily on what a character sees? Have you ever wondered what a character smelled when they walked into a room? What they tasted? In this workshop, we'll craft our own stories while we explore writing through all five senses.
Before moving to Nashville, Joe Kanewas an editor for several literary magazines and taught creative writing in Detroit Public Schools as a writer-in-residence of the Inside Out Literary Arts Project. His poems and stories have found many homes, including RHINO, Elimae, theEEEL, Clapboard House, The Splinter Generation, Cricket Online Review, Psychic Meatloaf, Right Hand Pointing, and the NPR podcast Versify.
Joe is the director of our Youth Education Programs.