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Writing Under the Influence (Mondays January 20-February 24) Chris Kraus The class will read and discuss various fiction and non-fiction texts, and use them as prompts for in-class writing. In-progress projects are welcome, and can be read and discussed, but a goal of the class is to generate new writing. It will be more “class” or “séance” than “workshop.” We’ll meet at Human Resources LA for three hours on six consecutive Mondays. I will provide written responses to work submitted at the end of the six-week cycle. Human Resources LA 410 Cottage Home St, Los Angeles CA, 90012 Monday, January 20 - Monday, February 24 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. Class size: 6-10 people $300 email@example.com
Chris Kraus is the author of the novels I Love Dick, Aliens & Anorexia, Torpor, and Summer of Hate, and two books of art and cultural criticism. Her monograph on art and activism, “Lost Properties,” will be part of Semiotexte’s contribution to the Whitney Biennial. Her writings have been published in Mousse, Bookforum, Artforum, Art in America, n+1, The Nation, Spex, and other magazines, and her books have been translated into Japanese, Spanish and German. She is a Professor at European Graduate School, and will teach fiction at NYU’s Writers in Florence program this summer.