- Builds writing self-confidence
- Develops voice
- Shapes tone and style
One of the most popular genres in the literary and publishing communities, nonfiction storytelling focuses on true stories told with the drama, verve, and descriptive language of fiction. These courses will inspire you to tell your own story through a memoir or a personal essay, or to write about people, places, and things you know. Other topics covered include travel writing, profiles, and opinion pieces.
This Summer, study from anywhere in the world in the safety and comfort of your home through online or remote instruction.
Learn how to write essays and then get them published in magazines, in newspapers, and online.
Turn personal experiences into marketable essays or op-ed columns for newspapers or the web.
Explore the process of writing nonfiction with clarity and precision as well as with a poet’s eye.
Choose a reported event and craft a personal essay that recounts it from your own perspective.
Bring focus and clarity to a memoir through writing exercises, analysis of published memoirs, and guidance.
Boost your creativity with an evening of cutting-edge exercises while identifying your next steps as a writer.
Learn how to shape your personal experiences and reporting into a compelling, publishable essay or feature for the midlife and beyond market.
Learn from two veteran literary agents how to navigate the publishing landscape to publish your book without confusion or intimidation.