Fall | Personal Essays w Lee Montgomery | Sep 17 - Nov 19 | Online

First Draft to Publication Leads

Personal Essays and memoir represent some of the most adventurous writing today. Pushing narrative boundaries, utilizing traditional and nontraditional forms, this type of writing explores individuality and the minutiae of life unlike any other form. This workshop will help students explore the world of memoir and personal essay writing and understand both traditional and nontraditional narrative strategies available to them. Though the class will be run as a classic workshop, where students will submit their work to be reviewed in class, it will also combine craft lectures, outside reading, and in-class exercises. | Maximum: 12 writers 

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Zoom link provided prior to start of workshop.

 

Time: 
Saturdays, Sep 17 - Nov 19, 10am - 12:30pm Pacific Time
Location: 
Online via Zoom
Total Fee: 
Discounted Early Registration is due seven (7) days prior to the start of the workshop. | Discounted Early Registration: $548 (cash/check); $568 (PayPal). | Tuition Registration: $563 (cash/check); $583 (PayPal).