Wish your writing would float like music into the fabric of your readers’ minds? Want to catch an editor’s eye? This 6-hour crash course covers the keys to setting a tune to your prose. Exercises include mastering the rhythms of the English language, scintillating sibilance, catchy cacophonies, repetition, rhyme — all alliteration — and more. With one sound, a blue sound, two sounds — four! — your memoir, novel, or story will soar. The only requirement is a willingness to have fun with words.
Lunch is included.
Class limit of 12.
Saturday, April 28.
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Decatur Co-Works. 708 Church Street, just one block from Decatur Square and convenient to MARTA.
About the Instructor
Jamie Iredell is the author of four critically acclaimed books. Of his essay collection, I Was a Fat Drunk Catholic School Insomniac, Publishers Weekly calls it "an entertaining and insightful collection often interested in the messy and difficult aspects of life." Slate calls his latest book, Last Mass, "an exemplary work of creative nonfiction." A poet, novelist, short story writer and creative nonfiction writer, Jamie Iredell's writing has appeared in publications nationally and internationally. October 2018 will see the release of his novel The Fat Kid.