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Certificate in Nonfiction Writing

Certificates » Nonfiction Writing
Program Features
  • Creation of a portfolio of your articles, essays or book chapters suitable for publication
  • Guest speakers, including notable published authors
  • In-class writing and peer workshops
  • Year-end class anthology showcasing your writing
  • Opportunity to submit your work to Stratus: Journal of Arts & Writing
Who Should Apply
  • Individuals interested in writing and publishing nonfiction pieces
Study one of the most versatile genres in contemporary literature: nonfiction writing. Discover how to master writing techniques and prepare your work for freelance publication. Create a portfolio of quality work suitable for publication in newspapers, magazines, books or online. Explore topics and complete assignments designed to develop your voice and writing skills.
Key Outcome
You will develop the techniques of writing nonfiction for a variety of audiences and purposes and will learn how to market your writing.
Sections
Start Location Program ID Status
Autumn 2015  Details Details UW Seattle 5123
Course Dates Days Instructor
Nonfiction: Foundations Oct 6 - Dec 15, 2015 Tu Moo
Nonfiction: Writing Seminar & Portfolio Jan 5 - May 31, 2016 Tu Moo
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Becky Gardner
Graduate, Nonfiction Writing

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