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What Lurks Behind online writing class

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, March 1, 2021
What Lurks Behind: Finding the Emotional Current Behind Your Story (online class)

Instructor: Rhonda Wiley-Jones
Maximum Enrollment: 10
Class Term: 03/16/2021 - 05/11/2021
Tuition/Fees - SCN Member: $160.00                       
                     Non-Member: $200.00

Class synopsis: Whether writing a memoir or an essay, the trick is to discover the emotional depth behind the events of the story. It's in the revision process that we usually must dig for the emotional content that makes the story or essay compelling.

Class description: I encourage travel stories and essays in this class, but that is not the only focus. A draft typically addresses the events of the story and the major talking points of an essay. We will meet every two weeks to give you time to write, review and comment on others' writing. We will use each revision to scratch around, dig, and unearth the emotional content that lurks behind the events. You will write a draft (or bring a draft already written) and we will work on it, like peeling an onion. My classes always fixate on revision, sharing our work in a constructive feedback manner, and polishing the work to make the final piece publication-ready.



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What Lurks Behind online writing class

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, March 1, 2021
What Lurks Behind: Finding the Emotional Current Behind Your Story (online class)

Instructor: Rhonda Wiley-Jones
Maximum Enrollment: 10
Class Term: 03/16/2021 - 05/11/2021
Tuition/Fees - SCN Member: $160.00                       
                     Non-Member: $200.00

Class synopsis: Whether writing a memoir or an essay, the trick is to discover the emotional depth behind the events of the story. It's in the revision process that we usually must dig for the emotional content that makes the story or essay compelling.

Class description: I encourage travel stories and essays in this class, but that is not the only focus. A draft typically addresses the events of the story and the major talking points of an essay. We will meet every two weeks to give you time to write, review and comment on others' writing. We will use each revision to scratch around, dig, and unearth the emotional content that lurks behind the events. You will write a draft (or bring a draft already written) and we will work on it, like peeling an onion. My classes always fixate on revision, sharing our work in a constructive feedback manner, and polishing the work to make the final piece publication-ready.



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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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