Wednesday, May 19, 2021 @ 2:00 pm -3:15 pm Eastern
Writers have long used the daily journal not only to record events from their inner and outer worlds, but to nurture and deepen their creative work. The writer’s journal is a way to teach ourselves greater attentiveness and awareness, to reveal to ourselves our deepest concerns, subjects, and themes, and to stay engaged with language and the process of writing.
During this webinar, we’ll discuss the nuts and bolts of a daily writing practice, look at guides and sources of inspiration, and examine strategies for developing publishable work from journal entries. We’ll look at tools and tips for creating and sustaining a daily writing practice; we’ll also do an exercise together that will help you get started, or restarted.
In this webinar, you will:
There will be time for a Q & A at the end of the presentation.
This webinar is ideal for writers at all levels, especially those who sometimes feel frustrated about discipline or stymied by their own perfectionism and who want to become more fluent and productive.
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Creative Nonfiction’s online writing classes have helped more than 3,000 writers tell their stories better.
I enjoyed reading other peoples work and getting feedback about my own work– the handouts/video links and class lessons were also very informative and relevantly paced to the give structural guidelines.Catherine O’Neill
I enjoyed reading other peoples work and getting feedback about my own work– the handouts/video links and class lessons were also very informative and relevantly paced to the give structural guidelines.
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