mwlf: Better Together workshop with Nuha Fariha
05 | 26 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Are two heads better than one? This workshop focuses on the practice of creative collaboration. Through discussion and a guided writing exercise, participants will reflect on practices that can lead to partnerships, best practices and new ideas. Together, we will address the old adage, “Are two heads better than one?” Participants will leave the workshop with at least one new idea to try for their own writing practice.
Nuha Fariha (she/her) is a first-generation Bangladeshi American writer. A first year MFA Candidate at Louisiana State University, she is the Fiction Editor of the New Delta Review. Her work has appeared in MAGMA, Jamhoor and the Minion Project. She is the 2021 runner up for Stellium Literary’s CUSP Prize in Fiction and 2022 runner up for the RoadRunner Poetry Award. Her first chapbook God Mornings, Tiger Nights is forthcoming from GameOver Books. Find her on social media @nuhawrites.