The Baker-Nord Center for Humanities will host a writing workshop with Marjorie Hudson, a fiction writer, memoirist and community activist, Wednesday, Sept. 27, from 10:30 a.m. to noon in Clark Hall, Room 206.
In this workshop, she will share her experiences with editing, writing and building literary community through activism, which will be followed by an informal lunch. This event is co-sponsored by Writers House.
Hudson founded the George Moses Horton Project to inspire and educate children and adults about an enslaved man in North Carolina, who sold his poems to buy his freedom. She also was a features editor and copyediting chief for Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill.
Writing Workshop space is limited; registration is required.