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Work with our talented group of mentors to explore factual writing!
Publishers crave it.
Teachers and librarians need it.
Nonfiction connects our children to the world. Stories about real people, real places, and really interesting world events are more important now than ever.
Our master class explores nonfiction from many angles: the editorial, the business, and, most importantly, the art of telling true stories. Work with our talented group of mentors to explore factual writing through a range of topics, including nonfiction voice, biography, memoir, nature writing, science writing, and narrative nonfiction. Your mentor will help guide you in your revisions or explore story ideas during daily one-on-one sessions.
Additional opportunities include:
Faculty blog posts:
Don Tate: Get it Right with Research
Faculty Interview: Don Tate
Peter Jacobi: On Conducting Interviews
Peter Jacobi: The Hard-but-Satisfying Work of Creative Nonfiction
Rich Wallace & Sandra Neil Wallace: Create Compelling, Believable Characters