Impostor Syndrome: Tips and Tricks for Getting Out of Your Own Way

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Impostor syndrome is no joke; it can limit our pursuit of new opportunities and exploration of potential areas of interest, and prevent us from participating fully in our vibrant literary communities. In this two-hour workshop, participants will learn what impostor syndrome is/isn’t; work to identify the real, negative effects impostor syndrome can have on one’s work; and explore possible strategies for managing its impact. By the end of the workshop, participants will have created a personalized list of strategies and resources to help them “get out of their own way.”

About Julia Tagliere

Julia Tagliere’s work has appeared in The Writer, Potomac Review, Gargoyle Magazine, and numerous anthologies. She completed her M.A. in Writing at Johns Hopkins University, and in 2017, won The Writer’s Center’s Undiscovered Voices Fellowship. She serves as an editor with The Baltimore Review. More about her at: justscribbling.com.

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