Food Writing: Its Many Flavorful Forms

Instructor:  Terry Kirts
Date: 4 Wednesdays, June 28, July 5, 12, and 19
Time: 7-9 p.m.
Location: Marian University/Marian Hall-Room #208
Cost: $200 nonmembers, $128 members, $112 student members/teacher members/senior members/military members/librarian members

Whether it’s an ode to a Chicago dog, a memoir of the summer you spent eating dumplings in Shanghai, or a story sparked by a couple’s disagreement over the right way to make an omelet, food rarely fails to be a spark for vivid writing. Join longtime food writer, poet, and IUPUI faculty member Terry Kirts for this bountiful survey of food writing in its many forms and shapes. Students should expect to write at least one poem, a flash fiction story based upon an ingredient or a dish, and a short nonfiction memoir piece or food review. At least one class will  be held at a local international restaurant as chosen by the class members. Get your creative juices flowing in this tasty overview of a growing new literary trend.


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