Join Kelcey Ervick in this 4 week live zoom class

Kelcey Ervick, author/artist of The Keeper guides us through making graphic poetry and collage narratives!

When: For 4 weeks starting Monday July 17, 2023 at 6pm to 8pm Eastern

Where: Online via Zoom

Level: Beginner to Intermediate

Cost: $249

Materials: A recommended material list will be made available before the start of class but will generally include basic stationery supplies

In Detail

Four live 2 hours sessions

Starting July 17, 2023.

  • Week 1 – Monday July 17, 6-8 pm Eastern / 3-5 pm Pacific 
  • Week 2 – Monday July 23, 6-8 pm Eastern / 3-5 pm Pacific 
  • Week 3 – Monday July 31, 6-8 pm Eastern / 3-5 pm Pacific 
  • Week 4 – Monday August 7, 6-8 pm Eastern / 3-5 pm Pacific 

Calls will include live instruction, time to work on exercises and feedback on work. 

Class videos, audios, chats and transcripts will be saved and archived for the duration of the course and 4 weeks afterwards.

There is no Mighty Network component for this course. All work will be completed during the live class or in homework assignments shared on the following zoom call. 

Watch a video about Kelcey and The Keeper here

Class size is limited! Sign up today!

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About the Instructor

Kelcey Ervick is the author of the graphic memoir, The Keeper (Avery Books/Penguin). Her three previous award-winning books of fiction and nonfiction are The Bitter Life of Božena Němcová, Liliane's Balcony, and For Sale By Owner. She is co-editor, with Tom Hart, of The Field Guide to Graphic Literature, forthcoming from Rose Metal Press in 2023. Her stories, essays, and comics have appeared in The Rumpus, The Believer, Washington Post, Lit Hub, Colorado Review, Passages North, Quarterly West, Booth, Notre Dame Review, and elsewhere. She has received grants from the Indiana Arts Commission, the Sustainable Arts Foundation, and New Frontiers in Arts and Humanities at Indiana University. She has a Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati and is a professor of English and creative writing at Indiana University South Bend.

Kelcey Ervick