This is an in-person workshop that takes place at Inprint House.
PIn this weekend intensive, students will learn the fundamentals of creative nonfiction writing. Studying and experimenting with a wide variety of forms, students will mine daily life and personal perspectives to write compelling narratives. We will discuss the work of a range of established and emerging contemporary nonfiction writers and will aim for the following learning outcomes:
- To cultivate an understanding and practice of basic creative nonfiction writing techniques through class discussion, creative and intellectual exploration, and participant writing
- To equip participants with various writing prompts and exercises to develop and sustain a writing practice beyond the class
- To cultivate a community of peer readers to support your work
About the instructor
ROSA BOSHIER GONZÁLEZ is a writer and editor from Los Angeles. Her fiction, essays, and art criticism appear in Guernica, Catapult, Literary Hub, The New York Times, Artforum, Hyperallergic, The Rumpus, The Guardian, The Washington Post, and The Los Angeles Review of Books, among others. She serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Gulf Coast Journal and a recent recipient of the Inprint Marion Barthelme Gulf Coast Prize. Rosa is PhD candidate at the UH Creative Writing Program and a recipient of an Inprint Fondren Foundation Fellowship.
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