A 6-week online course
Mondays, Mar 1-Apr 5, 4:30-6pm
Duration: 6 weeks
Total Hours: 9
Dates: Mar 1-Apr 5
Learn basic composition techniques, descriptive devices and the editing skills that transform ordinary subjects such as parenting, traveling or just observing a daily routine into compelling and affective prose. This workshop includes short in-class writing exercises, no-holds-barred critiques, and discussions about how to make non-fiction writing dramatic, animated and memorable.
About the instructor
CK Wolfson is an award-winning writer whose features have been published in national and regional magazines and newspapers for more than thirty years. A year-round Islander, she earned a reputation for her work as feature writer for the Vineyard Gazette, and then as an editor at the Martha’s Vineyard Times. She authored Painting a Life: Ray Ellis, An Artist Seen Through His Work.
“I would absolutely recommend her class!”
“CK is an effective teacher and I would take any class she taught.”
“I highly recommend this course for any aspiring writer.”
– former students of CK’s Creative Non-Fiction classes