"How Ring The Communal Bell?": Collective Poetry Workshop
Monday, March 11, 2019 at 12:00pm
Fan Wu, Writer & Community Organizer
Northrop Frye Centre, VC102, Old Vic, 91 Charles st. West
If the monologic is the predominant principle of our western institutions—are we satisfied? In this workshop we together shall rev up the possibilities of collective practice through poetics, histories of collaboration, and writing engagements. We'll move through prompts including soundtracked cinematography generation, sharing-circle exquisite corpses, and mashup remix translations. I wanna promise a lunchtime blitz of playful intensity, of gentle melding with the inner & outer languages of others.
Fan Wu is a plasmatic fantasist fumbling toward a dream of one day having boundaries. He has published two chapbooks, Hoarfrost & Solace and Thom Gill's Now & Neverending, and edits the chapbook series What Queer Reading (Knife/Fork/Book). He hosts critical reading and creative writing workshops in partnership with Toronto galleries, on such themes as translation, masochism, and mourning. Please contact him for collaboration or companionship at firstname.lastname@example.org.