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Seattle Writing class — The Everyday Personal Essay

Hugo House Class —The Everyday Personal Essay

Don’t miss this class with one of my favorite local instructors and authors, Bharti Kirchner, the author of nine books—five critically acclaimed novels and four cookbooks and hundreds of short pieces for magazines and newspapers. Her latest novel (a mystery this time), is Tulip Season: A Mitra Basu Mystery.The Class: How do you get an idea for a personal essay from your everyday life? How do you develop the idea? What are the markets? Learn what makes for an enticing beginning and a successful ending. There are techniques from fiction you can use to make your essay more readable—and possibly more irresistible—to the editors. Learn the art and business aspects of the personal essay from a novelist who appears in many essay anthologies.Instructor: Bharti Kirchner

Course Type: 1 Day

Genre: Nonfiction
Term: Winter 2015
Start Date: 1/24/2015
End Date: 1/24/2015
Days of the Week: Saturday
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
Minimum Class Size: 5
Maximum Class Size: 15

$50  SIGN UP HERE-–Hurry!

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