Summer 2022 Classes

Pencils

Writing Through Motherhood

Rekindle or sustain your writing practice through the unique insights and challenges of motherhood. 

 

Thursday Nights Via Zoom

7/14 - 8/18

8 - 9:30pm Eastern

Colorful Notebooks

Writing For

Fuck-ups

I’m a paragraph. Double click

me or click Edit Text. It's easy  to make it your own.

Find community, structure, and accountability for those who have struggled to establish a writing practice.

 

Tuesday Nights Via Zoom

7/12 - 8/16

8 - 9:30pm Eastern

Testimonials

"Keri is the greatest teacher I've had at Columbia. She has genuinely made my MFA experience worth it. She is generous with her help, care, wisdom, and fosters an environment in which we are free and safe to be ourselves. I've never felt more comfortable as a writer, creator, and human being than I have in Keri's classroom. I am so beyond grateful."

Columbia MFA Student

"For me, it’s been one of the best things to come out of this pandemic – both for my writing and mental health. I think often about how our actions create ripples and sometimes we have no idea who or what we impact. I wanted you to know what a gift your workshop was and that our group (all of whom came out of your workshop) is happily going strong."

Writing for Fuck-ups Student

 

"Keri is the best professor I've had at Columbia. She creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere that makes you look forward to class, even over Zoom. She is consistently prepared and able to adapt as needed to the direction of each class; you can tell that she puts a lot of care into each class, and her course overall. It is clear that she is not only knowledgeable on the subject she is teaching, but ready and eager to help impart that knowledge to you. She is also able to make class engaging, whether it is in person or online, and she has been the professor most successful at adapting to the Zoom landscape that I've had."

Columbia MFA Student

"How you hold space & create presence is profound. Thank you for holding space for all of me to be."

Writing Through Motherhood Student