Childhood and Intuition as Literary Inspiration with Kathleen Winter
The participatory lecture, titled Childhood and Intuition as Literary Inspiration, will use anecdotes and illustrations from Kathleen’s own experiences. She will talk about the role of childhood memory, walking, and intuitive use of a small daily notebook. Kathleen will invite participants to write a short piece (about 500 words) that can stand alone or go on to become the seed for a longer piece to be completed independently after your time together.
Kathleen Winter wrote the novel Annabel and memoir Boundless (Anansi), and story collections boYs and The Freedom in American Songs (Biblioasis). This fall Knopf published her novel Lost in September based on letters of General James Wolfe to his mother.