The University of Iowa

Podcasts: "Working with Time, the Key to Writing" and other Eleventh Hour talks

New Writing University podcasts are available this week from the Iowa Summer Writing Festival's Eleventh Hour lecture series:

07/08: Robert Siegel—Haiku for Prose Writers: Exploring the Power of the Image

07/09: Susan Taylor Chehak—Going Graphic: What the Storytelling Secrets of Comics Can Tell Us About Narrative Technique

07/10: Mary Allen—Working with Time, the Key to Writing

07/11: Jim Heynen—Write What You Don’t Know About

The Eleventh Hour lectures, a series of discussions and presentations held throughout the festival for attendees, are open to the public. Podcasts of the lectures will continue to be available through our website every week.

The presentations are held at 11 a.m. on weekdays from now through July 26. They are held in Room 101 of Biology Building East on the University of Iowa campus.

The festival courses are for small groups of adult writers of all ages from throughout the country who share, read, and discuss their work under the leadership of accomplished writer/educators.

Learn more about the festival and find the full schedule of the Eleventh Hour presentations here.