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Through the course of this five-week workshop, you will: Writers of all skill levels are welcome to attend this workshop. You can bring a work in progress, but please keep in mind that this workshop will focus on generating new work and new strategies for telling your story better.
Read on for week-by-week descriptions. Untangling Facts from Fiction Second only to people, plot—narrative—drives readers to creative writing. Rather than a traditional method of noting the strengths and weaknesses of a text, and offering praise and suggestions, we will use a method of response that allows readers to ask questions about the text and to the author.
By having the opportunity to hear and respond to reader questions, you will gain a greater understanding of your intentions and interests in crafting the work. These are revision exercises that will help you elevate your workshop pieces, but also translate to all creative writing, no matter the content or genre.
Revising toward luminous detail is finding what distinguishes your family from all the other families in the world.
What makes your dad specifically weird? What makes your aunt distinctly generous? These exercises will push you toward more effective use of specificity of detail and unexpected language. Workshop and Revising For Figurative Language This week, the second half of the class will have their pieces workshopped, through the same method of questioning as last week.
These exercises that focus on imagery, metaphor, and musicality help to make all your writing sing, and are some of the essential tools that put the "creative" in creative nonfiction. Metaphor-making and lyric language are skills that will help you add artistry, depth, and complexity to your work in this class and beyond.
Submissions, Performance, and Publication Where do you submit your work? What are performance techniques that can help you best present your story orally to audiences?
How do you balance the desire to tell your story versus the fear of exposing private stories? What are the self-publishing avenues available for preserving your family stories beautifully for the next generation? Free on-street parking is available.
Coffee, tea, water and light refreshments will be provided each week. Sarah Shotland is the author of the novel Junkette and a playwright whose work has been produced in theaters nationally and internationally. She is a writing resident at the Santa Fe Art Institute's Equal Justice Initiative, where her residency will be focused on finishing a collection of flash creative nonfiction.
She is the Co-Founder and Program Coordinator of Words Without Walls, which brings creative writing classes to jails, prisons, and rehab centers in Pittsburgh. She has more than 15 years of experience teaching creative writing in and out of academic settings, and currently teaches at Chatham University.The novel, The Education of Little Tree, is a beautifully written story "which portrays the lifestyle of a Native American family "seen through the eyes of a young boy in the Appalachian Mountains, who was orphaned at the age of five.
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