Posts Tagged ‘Jo Scott-Coe’

Jo Scott-Coe Writer in Residence at Poets & Writers

December 6, 2013 • Jo Scott-Coe, author of Teacher at Point Blank, is a Writer in Residence at Poets & Writers for the month of December. In Scott-Coe’s first piece, “Jo Scott-Coe on Making Room for Voices”, Scott-Coe reflects on the end of Memoir Journal and the creation of workshop spaces for writers who otherwise may not have access to these communities.

Check out the new blog by Aunt Lute author Jo Scott-Coe

May 23, 2013 • Jo Scott-Coe, author of Teacher at Point Blank: Confronting Sexuality, Violence, and Secrets in a Suburban School, is now a weekly blogger for Inlandia Literary Journeys at the Press-Enterprise.

Upcoming events with Jo Scott-Coe

April 5, 2013 • If you find yourself in Southern California this spring, be sure to catch up with Aunt Lute author Jo Scott-Coe and attend one of her various literary happenings.

Teacher at Point Blank

Why would a high school teacher who loves teaching leave school—after half a career in the classroom?

Meditating on subtle and overt forms of violence in secondary public education from an up-close and “pink collar” point of view, Jo Scott-Coe’s sharp and poignant collection of essays answers this question at a time when concerns about school performance, safety, and teacher attrition are at an all-time and often anxious high.

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