Writing Creative Nonfiction

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Over the course, we will be reading and writing in several sub-genres of creative nonfiction, including memoir, essay, literary journalism, and the epistolary form. The class focuses on generating new material, offering feedback to peers, revising pieces, and finally researching markets for the placement of work.

NO SET MEETING TIME: This workshop will take place over Moodle, which is an asynchronous forum based platform. The instructor will post a lesson and assignment every Monday, and participants have all week to log in and read the lessons/post assignments/comment on other classmates’ work.


About Christopher Linforth

Christopher Linforth holds an M.F.A. from Virginia Tech. His debut short-story collection--When You Find Us We Will Be Gone--was released in 2014. He has published fiction and nonfiction in dozens of literary magazines, including The Millions, Gargoyle, Southern Humanities Review, The Rumpus, Notre Dame Review, Denver Quarterly, and many others. He has been awarded fellowships and scholarships to the Sewanee Writers’ Conference, Vermont Studio Center, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts.



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