Saturday, October 19th, 1-3pm: join Angelique Imani Rodriguez, editor of the upcoming anthology in development, Fried Eggs and Rice: An Anthology by Writers of Color, for a generative writing workshop that focuses on the deep interconnections of food, memory, and identity. Workshop fee: $20
Angelique Imani Rodriguez is a Bronx born and bred Boricua writer and bibliophile with a passion for representing voices that are too often overlooked. She is a three-time VONA fellow and a two-time participant of Vanessa Martir’s Writing Our Lives workshop. Her work has been featured in The James Franco Review and is forthcoming in the anthology, Choice Words: Writers on Abortion. The current senior editor of fiction and short story for the online mag, Raising Mothers, and a first round judge of the 2020 Louise Meriwether First Book Prize, Angelique is currently developing and editing Fried Eggs and Rice: An Anthology by Writers of Color on Food as well as running The Boricongo Book Gang, her online book club that focuses on the works of writers of color.