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Receive Guidance While Shaping Your Personal Essays. Online Course Starts April 7th.

Spend 6 Weeks of Your Time Writing Personal Essays
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April 4,  2016

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Try Your Hand at Essay Writing
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By participating in the Writing Personal Essays workshop, you'll have a chance to examine life on the page. Author Dinty Moore tells writers, "That slight aspect of your personality (or fantasy life, or hidden world) that you think so odd, so peculiar, so weird, that you’ve kept it a secret your entire life, is most likely far more common than you think." Commit to sharing your experience. The online workshop begins Thursday, April 7th and lasts for six weeks.

In the Writing Personal Essays class, you'll write about significant moments. Assignments include writing about a pivotal life moment, an emotional moment, an insightful moment, a difficult encounter, and an unresolved situation. You'll also get to submit a revision of a previous assignment. Instructor Tracy Strauss will provide you with feedback for each assignment.

"What I enjoy most about teaching writing is helping writers use specific tools of craft to recreate the world of their lives on the page. In the process, I see writers create art out of their life events in a way that allows them to master their stories, a process that is not only healing to the writer but helpful and inspiring to the reader."

  ~ Tracy Strauss

One student said, "Tracy Strauss gave very constructive feedback that I was able to use." Another student said, "Learned a lot from Tracy and would absolutely take another class from her." Tracy is only available to teach for WDU a couple of times a year so take advantage of this special opportunity now.
Let your essays unfold as you learn from a published author. Join the Essay Writing Workshop!

All upcoming courses can be viewed at this link.
Thank you for being part of the writing community.

 ~ Krista

Writing the Personal Essay 101: Fundamentals Online Workshop
with Tracy Strauss

The 2015 Boston Writers’ Room Fellow in Nonfiction and current Essays Editor for The Rumpus, Tracy Strauss has published memoir and essays in The Huffington Post, Salon, The Rumpus, xoJane, Poets & Writers Magazine, Writer’s Digest Magazine, WBUR’s Cognoscenti, The Feminist Wire, The Dodo, The Southampton Review, Solstice Literary Magazine, Beyond the Margins, and other publications. In 2014, Tracy appeared on The Steve Harvey Show as a relationship blogger for The Huffington Post. She is writing a narrative nonfiction book about finding “Mr. Right” after 40.

Tracy has taught writing at several Boston-area colleges and universities, and has been a guest speaker in memoir at Harvard University. Her feature and scholarly works have appeared in The Hopkins Quarterly, Artsake, The Somerville News, and War, Literature & The Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities, among other publications. 

Tracy received the Barbara Deming Memorial Fund award for her as-yet-unpublished memoir, Notes on Proper Usage. Learn more about Tracy at her website, Follow Tracy on Twitter @TracyLStrauss or Facebook at

Join WDU's Writing the Personal Essay 101: Fundamentals Workshop!


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