Poetry. Cross-Genre. Literary Nonfiction. IMAGINARY SYLLABI is a book-length project of contributions by multiple authors that collects writings which investigate, uncover, examine, complicate, question, spoof, spark, incite, meditate, mediate, mix, sample, nettle, navigate, question, provoke, and otherwise (essentially) challenge pedagogical strategies pursuant to the work of teaching writing and other disciplines. This collection of works dream up, concoct and explore utopian, fabulist, fantasy syllabi for potential imagined or real classroom endeavors: Educational projects undertaken and employed (deployed) in and outside of official as well as mongrel "schools" (official spaces that might harbor ((or cultivate)) the mongrel & vice versa). Contributors include Miranda Mellis, CAConrad, Stockyard Institute's Pedagogical Factory, Paul Hoover, Kristin Prevallet, Dana Teen Lomax, and others.
interview by Zack Friedman @ BOMBLOGWilliam Lazarus Wacker @ Drunken Boat