The founding editor of Creative Nonfiction magazine, called "The Godfather behind creative nonfiction" by Vanity Fair, hosts a two-hour workshop to demonstrate the structure, tools, and techniques of creative nonfiction.
Gutkind discusses research, writing in scenes, memoirs, profiling and much more using vivid, successful, and surprising examples from unexpected sources like the famous Law and Order TV show. If you have a true story to tell — and if you are ready to show the world who you are and what you know — this workshop will help you launch or develop your writing project.
Cost: $30. Registration and pre-payment at 602.274.0067.
Gutkind also discusses his new book on September 8 »
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Lee Gutkind is the founder and editor of the literary journal Creative Nonfiction and a pioneer in the field of narrative nonfiction. He is also the editor of In Fact and Becoming a Doctor, the author of Almost Human, and has written books about baseball, health care, travel, and technology. A Distinguished Writer in Residence at Arizona State University, he lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Tempe, Arizona.
Location: Street: 300 West Camelback Road City: Phoenix, Province: Arizona Postal Code: 85013 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)