Narrative Nonfiction Writing
Instructor: Drew Jubera
Do you want to build a nonfiction story but are missing some tools? Every writer's been there. This six-week workshop provides easy-to-apply techniques for your toughest non-fiction needs, including books, magazine journalism, memoirs, profiles, essays, and arts criticism. You will read, write and discuss finding a voice that you and your readers will love, making place a character, constructing a “sweep paragraph” that tells and sells your story, using small scenes to unreel the big picture, and approaching narrative as a night out with your most dangerous friend. Requirements: engagement and a willingness to share. All levels of writers welcome.
Class limit is 12.
Biography: Drew Jubera is consulting producer of “Last Chance U,” the hit Netflix documentary series based on his story in GQ, and author of “Must Win: A Season of Survival for a Town and Its Team,” named one of ten books all Georgians should read by Georgia Center for the Book. A former national writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Drew has written for a variety of publications, including The New York Times, GQ, ESPN The Magazine, Esquire.com, and Texas Monthly.
Contact Information: email@example.com
Date(s): Wednesdays, Aug. 23-Sept. 27
Class time: 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Type of Class: 6 Classes
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