This workshop focuses on establishing a viable blog. Through discussion and prompts, we will hit on the following areas: participants’ interest in beginning a blog or improving an existing blog; participants’ expectations from their blogs; and participants’ target audiences and how to reach them. We will look at realistic and romanticized notions of being a blogger and speak in general terms about how everything onine changes so quickly, and what that means for both the blog and the person creating it. We’ll also discuss A.I., which is changing everything.
Class meets online via Zoom. A link to join the class will be sent within 24 hours of the session.
Class meets Wednesday, January 31, 6:30 – 8:00 pm Central Time
Class size: Minimum 5. There is no maximum limit.
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Teaching Artist: Constance Malloy is a writer, literary interviewer and a former editor of both fiction and creative non-fiction. Her writing, both shortlisted and anthologized, has been published in various literary online journals including Bending Genres, New Flash Fiction Review, and Janus Literary. The creator of The Burning Hearth Blog, she has interviewed David Naimon, the host of the “Between the Covers” podcast and is currently doing a six part series “The Echoes of Le Guin” featuring authors William Alexander and Le Guin’s biographer, Julie Phillips. Follow her at constancmalloy.com.