Rochelle Hurt is the author of The Rusted City, a novel in poems forthcoming from White Pine Press in 2014.
This February, I’ll be teaching a new online course through the Loft Literary Center. This one is focused on deriving inspiration from persona, or writing in the voice of someone … Continue reading
I wrote a blog post over at The Writers’ Block, the official blog of the Loft Literary Center. The post covers the rise of flash forms–briefly, of course–including those that … Continue reading
I’ve got two poems in the Fall issue of KROnline, a digital publication by the Kenyon Review. You can read them (and listen to me read them) here on the … Continue reading
Beginning September 27, I’ll be leading an eight-week poetry workshop in Chapel Hill for the Hinge Literary Center. The Hinge is a Durham-based organization that relies primarily on volunteer work by Triangle people who … Continue reading
In the first fiction-writing workshop I ever took, my instructor passed around a one-page photocopy of a very short story. At the top of the page, it said “World’s Best … Continue reading
I am so excited to be teaching creative writing again this fall! I’ll be leading an online course in short forms for the Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis. The course … Continue reading
What follows is a response to a great article published on The Millions yesterday. In “A Passion for Immortality: On the Missing Pulitzer and the Problem with Prizes,” Benjamin Hale … Continue reading