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ONLINE NONFICTION WRITING CLASS with Sarah Stuteville
August 4, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm$40.00
Discover point-of-view writing that challenges assumptions of “expert voice.”
MAPPING YOUR VOICE with Sarah Stuteville
The rise of online writing, communities, and activism has broadened audiences and created new venues for voices and writers. Readers are hungry for work that connects personal experiences to larger issues with transparency, vulnerability, and personality. This workshop will focus on point-of-view writing that challenges assumptions of “expert voice” and pushes the boundaries of what issue-based writing can be while encouraging participants to connect their passions and stories with the platforms and audiences most accessible to them.
This workshop will be presented via Zoom. Tuition for the 2-hour workshop is $40. Write On members receive a 10% discount. To become a member, please click here. To register online for this workshop, please click here. For other registration options, please call 920.868.1457.
Sarah Stuteville is a writer, memoirist, writing educator and nonprofit media consultant. A former journalist with a passion for storytelling, Sarah graduated from Hunter College with a B.A. in Media Studies and is currently pursuing a Masters in Mental Health Counseling at Seattle University. Sarah has reported from over a dozen countries in the Middle East, East Africa, South Asia and the former Soviet Union. She wrote a column for the Seattle Times on social justice issues and co-founded The Seattle Globalist, a non-profit journalism organization that trains diverse media makers. Her memoir writing has been published in Mutha (where her piece, “No One is Watching” was one of the most read on the site all year) and Prometheus Dreaming and her piece, “Windstorm,” won Honorable Mention in the Hunger Mountain Nonfiction Writing Contest. She is currently working on a memoir, Staring Problem, about feminism, journalism, motherhood and mental health and writes a biweekly column on social justice issues for The South Seattle Emerald.