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Writing the Personal Essay 101: Fundamentals

Learn how to write a personal essay!
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Writing the Personal Essay 101: Fundamentals
Starts May 19
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Dates: 5/19 - 6/30
Length: 4 weeks
Price: $329.99
Instructor:
Tracy Strauss
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Writing the Personal Essay 101: Fundamentals
Course Starts Thursday!

This course guides beginning and intermediate writers through elements of how to write a personal essay, helping them identify values expressed in their stories and to bring readers into the experiences described. Writers learn how to avoid the dreaded responses of "so what?" and "I guess you had to be there" by utilizing sensory details, learning to trust their writing intuitions, and developing a skilled internal editor to help with revision.

There will still be knowledge and ideas, but they will rise not from reason, a product of the mind, but from the experiencing of the writer's life. The course also helps the writer investigate the origins of the personal desire to write, and to identify goals for the writing itself and for publication.


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What you'll learn:

Learn about the personal essay genre
Think about yourself as a writer-including your writing habits, processes, and goals
Practice elements of the personal essay, especially description
Learn how to uncover values expressed in the writing
Write personal essays using techniques presented in the lessons
About the Instructor:

Tracy Strauss
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.

Tracy currently teaches liberal arts and writing at the New England Conservatory in Boston, as well as memoir workshops with Writer's Digest University, and serves as a manuscript editor for Writer's Digest Magazine's Second Draft Critique Service. 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.

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