APRIL 7 @ 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM
Award-winning Indiana author, Sarah Gerkensmeyer, will present a creative writing program on April 7 at our Indy South location (10 W Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis). Discussion will revolve around the importance of a wild imagination, how messy ideas can be a good thing, a special book reading, group design of a silly character and storytelling based on that character. Program participants will have free writing and/or drawing time for expression of ideas, as well as time to share those ideas with the group.
This event is part of the Novel Conversations Speakers Program and is made possible by Indiana Humanities. The program is free and welcomes individuals of all abilities to join in the fun! To RSVP, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sarah Gerkensmeyer holds an MFA in Fiction from Cornell University and has taught creative writing courses for more than 12 years. She has been nominated for numerous awards for her work in both fiction and poetry. Gerkensmeyer was named the 2016 Emerging Author Winner, and her story collection “What You Are Now Enjoying” was selected as winner of the Autumn House Press Fiction Prize, as well as winner of Late Night Library’s Debut-litzer Prize.