Narrative Unbound: Essays - Remote!
Is your essay writing stuck in a rut? Or do you have a personal story you struggle to tell in a traditional narrative structure? Try writing with different essay forms and see how leaving your comfort zone can bust open your writing style. As poets have long known, the constraints of a specific form can spark unexpected directions in your writing. You’ll read and deconstruct several “unbound” essays for inspiration and try writing in new forms. You’ll leave this class with the beginnings of one or more new essays.
This class will be hosted using live Zoom meetings! You will be able to participate in class via Zoom videoconference from wherever you’re most comfortable. All you’ll need is a laptop or a phone! About 15 minutes before your class is scheduled to begin, you'll receive an email from your instructor with a link to join the class meeting via Zoom–no need to download anything or sign up for Zoom in advance! If you have questions about remote learning, please feel free to reach out to [email protected] for more information.
For a glimpse at how remote learning works, look no further than the deep Zoom discussion of writing and literature below:
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