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Kite 3: Chris Hoke, Teaching Writer

KITE:

A. A NOTE PASSED FROM AN INMATE TO AN INMATE IN ANOTHER CELL OR TO A GUARD

B. UNDERGROUND WRITING’S AUDIO ZINE FEATURING STUDENT WRITING

Chris Hoke, UW Teaching Writer, shares recent student writing from the workshops at the Skagit County Community Justice Center.

Note: We are a creative writing program serving at-risk populations. We do not broadcast names or identifying details of the students we work with.

LINKS OF INTEREST:

Rainer Maria Rilke
Raymond Carver
Writers in the School (Seattle)

SUMMER RECOMMENDED READING:

Memoir
Another Bullshit Night in Suck City - Nick Flynn
The Ticking is the Bomb - Nick Flynn

Short Stories and Novellas
Birds of America - Lorrie Moore
Separate Flights - Andre Dubus

Novel
The Fishermen - Chigozie Obioma

Non-Fiction & Essays
Blindspot - Teju Cole
Poetry as Survival - Gregory Orr

Poetry
The Complete English Works - George Herbert
The Lice - W.S. Merwin
Poems from Ish River Country: Collected Poems & Translations - Robert Sund
Uncommon Prayer - Kimberly Johnson

Underground Writing: a literature-based creative writing program serving migrant, incarcerated, recovery, and other at-risk communities in northern Washington through literacy and personal transformation.

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Book of Hours with Teaching Writer Chris Hoke

Chris Hoke is a Gang Pastor and Prisoner Reentry Organizer as the Founder and Director of Underground Ministries. He joins Matt and Alvin in the studio to discuss what he’s encountered in his almost four years as a Teaching Writer at Underground Writing.

Note: We are a creative writing program serving at-risk populations. We do not broadcast names or identifying details of the students we work with.

LINKS OF INTEREST:

What No One Ever Tells You
Chris Hoke
Rainer Maria Rilke
Jellyfish
Migrant Leaders Club
Aldo Leopold
Martin Espada

Underground Writing: a literature-based creative writing program serving migrant, incarcerated, recovery, and other at-risk communities in northern Washington through literacy and personal transformation.

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