Share all of the hubbub about your grub.
It’s all about turning your culinary thoughts into personal essays.
The University of Arizona Poetry Center is hosting the “Food is Connected to Everything: Writing the Culinary Essay” workshop from Tuesday, October 15 – Tuesday, November 5.
The class occurs during a four-week period and you’ll dive right into it as if you’re peeking “through a culinary lens.”
In addition, you’ll read the work from several authors — including Michael Twitty, Denise Chávez, Virgie Tovar, the Kitchen Sisters, Joe Watson, and Natalie Lima — and travel through times of African influences in United States’ cuisine to memories of rolled tacos and biscochos.
Meals can be a lot of fun to eat, but imagine how much of a delight it would be to see your tasty descriptions on a piece of paper?
The class is $132 per person and you’ll need to register beforehand.
Students will have the opportunity to submit at least one short essay and the course is designed for all levels of writers.
The University of Arizona Poetry Center is located at 1508 E. Helen St. For more information, visit poetry.arizona.edu.