How Dare We! Write featured on Creative Writing Studies Organization

How Dare We! Write

How Dare We! Write

We were very excited to discover How Dare We! Write featured on the Creative Writing Studies Organization reading list pages.  We encourage academic instructors and researchers to contact us for a complimentary exam copy.  You can reach editor Sherry Quan Lee on her blog pages.

Diversity and Inclusion in Creative Writing

Texts in this section explicitly address race, ability, culture, class, language, and gender/sexuality difference from an intersectional perspective, charting how inequities are reinforced in the classroom and in literatures that creative writers produce. Several of the books in this list are edited anthologies; many of the contributors to these anthologies have written online essays on diversity, equity, and inclusion in creative writing that can allow for further reading in this topic. – J. Adsit

  • A Stranger’s Journey: Race, Identity, and Narrative Craft in Writing, David Mura
  • The Racial Imaginary: Writers on Race in the Life of the Mind, eds. Claudia Rankine, Beth Loffreda, and Max King Cap
  • How Dare We! Write: A Multicultural Creative Writing Discourse, ed. Sherry Quan Lee
  • Critical Creative Writing: Essential Readings on the Writer’s Craft, ed. Janelle Adsit
  • Borrowed Power: Essays on Cultural Appropriation, ed. Bruce Ziff
  • Beauty Is a Verb: The New Poetry of Disability, eds. Jennifer Bartlett, Sheila Black, and Michael Northen
  • Troubling the Line: Trans and Genderqueer Poetry and Poetics, eds. TC Tolbert and Trace Peterson

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