- 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.
Learn how to write essays and then get them published in magazines, in newspapers, and online.
Boost your creativity with an evening of cutting-edge exercises, and identify your next steps as a writer.
Explore how to use your own life experiences to inspire your writing and to create autobiographical fiction.
Turn personal experiences into marketable essays or op-ed columns for newspapers or the web.
Read published essays as models of the form, and then, discuss and practice the full range of this nonfiction craft.
Harness the forces of nature to discover its many sources of inspiration in this summer writing workshop.
This class is for anyone who always has wanted to write a memoir but can’t quite get things rolling, or is stuck in a rut.
Learn how to engage your readers by immersing them in rich worlds of sights, sounds, smells, textures, and flavors.
Experiment with the boundaries between fiction and nonfiction as you compose exciting new creative writing that resists classification.
Through writing prompts and exercises, this class helps you to jump-start your writing project.
Learn submission techniques and the standard practices of most literary agents in order to find publishing success.