[VIRTUAL] Workshop: Mapping Boundaries Using Speculative Fiction
[VIRTUAL] Workshop: Mapping Boundaries Using Speculative Fiction

Tuesday, October 25 | 6 PM ET – 7:30 PM ET
Online | 1 Session | $50- $100
Limited Scholarship Seats Available | REGISTER HERE!

**Apply for a scholarship seat here! Limited scholarship seats are available and will be chosen by lottery. The deadline to apply for a scholarship seat is Tuesday, October 18 at 5 PM ET.**

**This is a workshop exclusively for BIPOC (Black/Indigenous/People of Color) writers. We encourage Queer and Trans BIPOC folx register. We ask all non-BIPOC allies to take a step back from this workshop.**

Join us for a workshop by prolific writer and astrologer Alice Sparkly Kat on speculative art and narratives of boundaries!

Too much of the time, we think of our boundaries as contracts that we must be responsible for negotiating and upholding. However, boundaries are something that we learn as babies! We learn boundaries through sensation, through play, and through imagination. 

If speculation is about our ability to change through uncertainty, then boundaries must also be speculative. Mapping Boundaries Using Speculative Fiction is a writing workshop about boundaries as story. It is not limited to literary or professional writers but is for anyone who uses writing to stay alive.

This workshop is definitely generative, so come ready to write! Attendees will have the opportunity to share their work and participate in discussions of writings and contents of the workshop.

Captions provided. For access needs, please contact tle@aaww.org 2 weeks before this workshop.


Mengwen Cao

Alice Sparkly Kat is an astrologer. They use astrology to re-chart a history of the subconscious, redefine the body in world, and reimagine history as collective memory. Their astrological work has inhabited MoMA, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and The Brooklyn Museum. They’re the author of Postcolonial Astrology (May 2021).

[VIRTUAL] Workshop: Mapping Boundaries Using Speculative Fiction

Tuesday, October 25, 2022
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