Breaking Binaries: A Writers Workshop led by Clayre Benzadón & Caitlin Andrews
Breaking Binaries explores the concept of queerness as its own form of writing though a surrealist lens. Through a number of prompts and readings, we will lead participants through the numerous ways in which queering form, the hybridization of form, and cross-genre overlaps can bring about the visibility of queer bodies, thought, and existence in the world. We will focus on concepts of space, time, and accessibility: literally and metaphorically, on the page and beyond. Through this disruption of form, together, we will craft a community space that challenges norms and resists definition. RSVP HERE.
Date: February 15th, 2020 from 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Mentors: Clayre Benzadón & Caitlin Andrews
Location: University of Miami | Richter Library, University of Miami, Flex Space B @ 1300 Memorial Drive | Coral Gables, FL 33145. Map it here.
All RQ programs are free and open to the public regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or ability to pay. RQ rejects no one. Inclusivity and diversity is our driving force. Learn more about RQ @ http://readingqueer.org/about/.