Learn more about storytelling for truth and justice at a creative writing workshop for CSUF students with Sarah Rafael García, visiting professor of creative writing for the Latinx Lab at CSUF. This event will take place on Sept. 27 from noon to 2 p.m. in Humanities H-113.
Rafael García is an award-winning author and literary arts advocate in Orange County. She’s the author of SanTana’s Fairy Tales and co-editor of Speculative Fiction for Dreamers as well as the founder of the LibroMobile bookstore, where she prioritizes BIPOC and social justice books.
In this workshop, Rafael García will lead participants through writing tips and style techniques to create storytelling as a tool for social justice. Participants will be provided time to draft a narrative, receive feedback, and ask questions to continue toward a final draft.
Everyone is advised to bring their own writing tools: laptops, iPads and/or paper and pencils/pens
This event is free for CSUF students.