Saturday, November 16 and Sunday, November 17 from 10am-5pm (includes 1 hour lunch break)
How do we write sex? And if we don't, why not? In this 12-hour intensive at Seattle’s Hugo House, participants will consider the role of the sex scene in storytelling, discuss the politics and ethics of writing sex, and explore the differences between pornography, erotica, and literary sex writing. Along the way, participants will gain a greater comfort discussing, writing, and publishing sensual and sexual writing. This class is primarily generative. All participants must show up ready to cultivate a fun, safe, nonjudgmental space.
Member price: $265.50 Non-member price: $295
Registration for this class will open in August through Hugo House. Scholarship applications open until August 23.