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⚡ZINE LUNCH!⚡with Karisma Price
Sarabande's ⚡ZINE LUNCH!⚡ presents "Carnival of Future Ghosts" with Karisma Price. What if you could capture your ghosts and construct a new future where their hauntings had no power? The real, longer title for this workshop is "Hauntology and You: How to be a Good Ghost Hunter". In this workshop, participants will use poetry prompts and visual exercises to conjure the past and capture memories and then use them to invent a future where these ghosts aid us in continuing to find ourselves. Come as you are. Leave with a book of friendly ghosts and a tamed future.

For this workshop you will need:
- multiple sheets of paper to fold into zine
- scissors
- magazines, art, or photos of past self for cutting up (don't cut or destroy anything valuable to you)
- pens, colorful pencils, markers, or crayons (for drawing purposes)
- tape or glue sticks
- a song or song lyrics that haunt you or move you in a specific way

Karisma Price is a poet, screenwriter, and media artist. Her work has appeared in Poetry, Four Way Review, wildness, Adroit Journal, and elsewhere. She is a Cave Canem Fellow, was a finalist for the 2019 Manchester Poetry Prize, and was awarded the 2020 J. Howard and Barbara M. J. Wood Prize from the Poetry Foundation. She is from New Orleans, Louisiana, and holds an MFA in poetry from New York University. She is currently an assistant professor of poetry at Tulane University.

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Mar 17, 2023 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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