Jo Scott-Coe: Early 2012 Events & New Podcast on Mothering (Or Not)


It’s hard to believe that 2012 is just around the corner! Jo Scott-Coe will kick off the year with a reading of Teacher at Point Blank: Confronting Sexuality, Secrets, and Violence in a Suburban School at the Brickbat Revue, a publishing house and performance art venue in LA.

Reading at Little Deer Salon in Los Angeles
Wednesday, Jan. 18, 7:30PM
2020 N Main, Suite 242

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In early March, Jo will be presenting at the Association of Writers & Writing Programs annual conference in Chicago. The panel with John Brantingham, Gerald Locklin, Lloyd Aquino, and Robert Stapleton will discuss methods for developing creative writing programs in various settings.

Panel Discussion at AWP: “Creating and Developing a Comprehensive Creative Writing Program on a Budget”
(Look for S162 on the AWP Schedule)
Saturday March 3, 12PM to 1:15PM
Wilford B, Hilton Chicago

Among the many important themes that Jo Scott-Coe explores in Teacher at Point Blank explores is the connection between mothering and parenting that is often made (or assumed). In her latest podcast on mothering and not-mothering, Jo asks if there is room in our language for words beyond “childless” and “childfree” and interviews Lindsey Frandsen, founder of Thinking Moms, an organization in Riverside, California. As always, you can visit Jo Scott-Coe’s website to stay connected to her work.

 


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