Instructor: Wyatt Williams
A class for writers of all levels looking to explore and work in the myriad forms of popular nonfiction today: personal essay, profile, investigative reporting, and so on. We’ll look at the methods employed by today’s working reporters, critics, and essayists, analyze vital work from the past decade, discuss the New Journalism classics, explore the possibilities of structure and voice, and workshop one another's work. Over six weeks, writers will learn to work the behind-the-scenes process, from pitch to proof, of writing and publishing nonfiction.
Class limit is 12 students.
Biography: Wyatt Williams' work has been published by The New York Times Magazine, Oxford American, The Paris Review, Bon Appetit, Vice, BuzzFeed, Saveur, and many other publications. He is a restaurant critic for The Atlanta Journal Constitution and likes to talk books between meals.
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date(s): Mondays, Oct. 9-Nov. 13
Class time: 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Type of Class: 6 Classes
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