Saturday, March 26 [IN-PERSON @ AWP22 in Philadelphia, PA] When Form Meets Content: Structuring a Nonfiction Book with Daisy Hernández, Elissa Washuta, & Melissa Faliveno
Structuring a book-length work presents unique opportunities and challenges. How does form meet content at over 50,000 words? There are a myriad of different ways to answer this question. This panel brings together a diverse group of nonfiction writers from across the country to discuss their approaches to form in a manuscript, the many craft decisions made during the writing process, and the different storytelling lineages called upon in crafting the final version of the work.
[VIRTUAL] Danielle joined Jamie Figueroa, Maisy Card, and Linda Rui Feng for “Writing Our Way Out: Reflections on Inheritance.” This event was part of the 2021 PEN America World Voices Festival.
[VIRTUAL] Danielle joined fellow University of Arizona MFA Creative Writing alumni for the Distinguished Visitors in Creative Writing reading series.
[VIRTUAL] Reading for the University of California San Diego Literature Department New Writers Series.
[VIRTUAL] Danielle joined Kazim Ali, poet and author of Northern Light: Power, Land, and the Memory of Water for a reading hosted by Elliot Bay Book Company.
[VIRTUAL] Danielle joined K-Ming Chang, author of the novel Bestiary, in conversation with One World senior editor Nicole Counts. They explore the experience of uncovering truths through writing, and the constraints—and possibilities—inherent in our individual heritage. An intimate discussion, this conversation touches upon mothers, mothering, birds, and how both writers uncovered family secrets in the process of writing their books.
Hosted by One World Books in partnership with Native Arts and Cultures Foundation.
A recording of the event is now available here.