The Chattahoochee Review at the 2014 Georgia Women’s Conference
Please join The Chattahoochee Review and the GPC Diversity Alliance on Friday, March 21stfor the 2014 Georgia Women’s Conference. For the second year running, The Chattahoochee Review will focus on the female perspective in literature encompassing the genres of nonfiction and fiction. Conference readings and discussions sponsored by The Chattahoochee Review are as follows:
The Chattahoochee Review: A Reading, 9:30-TBA, CN-2240. Editor Anna Schachner along with editors Amber Nicole Brooks, Louise McKinney, Marissa McNamara, and Lydia Ship read creative work.
Amber Nicole Brooks and Phil Oliver, “Boxing & Women: A Woman’s Perspective on Boxing from Literary Icon Joyce Carol Oates & The Recent Rise of Women’s Amateur Boxing,” 11-12, CN-2230.
The Chattahoochee Review Guest Author Series featuring GPC Alumna Kate Sweeney, 1:45-2:45, CN-2240. Author and GPC alumna Kate Sweeney reads from and discusses her debut nonfiction work American Afterlife: Encounters in the Customs of Mourning (UGA Press, 2014).
Marissa McNamara, “Reexamining the Vulnerable Woman Teacher: Challenges and Triumphs With Courageous Classrooms,” 1:45-2:45, CN-2230.
Jason Dew, “A Male Author and His Female Characters: The Writing of Gadly Plain and All the Bad Things,”3-3:30, CN-2240.
Theodore Worozbyt, “There’s Sappho and (T)here’s Sappho: Antinomious Ur-Texts in Twin Generations of the Myth of the ‘Poetess,'” 3:00-3:30, CN-2220.
Registration fees for the 2014 Georgia Women’s Conference are $50 per person for general admission and $25 for non-GPC student admission with appropriate I.D. The conference is free to all GPC students. To register, go to: https://giving.gpc.edu/gwc2014