Entering Through the Kitchen—Using food and domestic details for story.
Saturday, April 11, 9:30 to Noon
Mary Popham, MFA, is a novelist, poet, literary critic and short story writer. In her own writing, she has discovered the value of using food and domestic details to set scene and define character. In “Entering Through the Kitchen,” Mary will use diverse works of literature as examples to model—such as A Christmas Carol, My Antonia, Julia Child’s Menu Cookbook, and Like Water for Chocolate. Participants in this class will write food details into existing or new stories.
Mary’s fiction, nonfiction, poetry, essays,book reviews have appeared in the Courier-Journal; LEO; New Southerner; Appalachian Heritage; and The Louisville Review. Her novel Back Home in Landing Run was published by MotesBooks. She is a member of the Cherokee Round Table.
Class is $25. Please register in advance by e-mailing Kimberly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 502-417-3424.