The MFA Organization at Rutgers-Camden welcomes essayist and fiction writer Natalie Lima for an online mini-workshop on writing the self, developing a compelling voice, and working with humor.
Natalie Lima is a Cuban-Puerto Rican writer, raised in Las Vegas, NV and Hialeah, FL. She is a first-generation college graduate of Northwestern University and a graduate of the MFA program in creative nonfiction writing at the University of Arizona. Her essays and fiction have been published or are forthcoming in Longreads, Guernica, Brevity, The Offing, Catapult, Sex and the Single Woman (Harper Perennial, 2022), Body Language (Catapult, 2022), and elsewhere.
Free and open to the public, but registration is required in advance. Please note: should capacity be reached, priority will be given to current Rutgers-Camden students.
Date & Time
November 2, 2023
12:45 pm-1:45 pm
Free and open to the public: Registration required