We are living through extraordinary times. How do we document what we are witnessing, feeling, experiencing, while honoring our strengths, frailties, and imaginations? In this workshop, we will do several exercises designed to help us make sense both of the current moment and our current selves, and to imagine a better future.
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About Mathangi Subramanian
Mathangi Subramanian, Ed.D., is an Indian American writer and educator. Her novel A People’s History of Heaven was longlisted for the PEN/Faulkner Award and the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize, and is a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award. Her middle grades book Dear Mrs. Naidu won the South Asia Book Award. Her personal essays and nonfiction have appeared in The Washington Post, Ms. Magazine, Zora Magazine, and Al Jazeera America, among others. She holds a doctorate in education from Columbia Teachers College and lives on the west coast with her husband and daughter.
Teaching Style: For over two decades, Mathangi has taught students ranging from incarcerated youth in New York to English language learners in a Bangalore slum to MFA students in the Regis Mile High MFA program in Denver, Colorado. Her teaching style combines high expectations with high support. Whatever your background, Mathangi believes you have a story to tell, and that her job is to help you tell it in the most authentic way possible.
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