U of T summer course in narrative nonfiction . . . .

First, the good news. We’re almost two months from starting (July 13) my one-week intensive course in narrative nonfiction (aka creative nonfiction) and a good number of folks have already registered. That is also the bad news, if you’re still weighing options.
BUT: more good news! U of T is
offering a $50 discount for early-bird registration. Maybe that is why
things are moving early? Anyway, you can click here for Course Detail.

Yes, I ask for brief submissions (up to 1,500 words) so we can hit the
ground running. To the right, that’s the official “me.” Dr. Jekyll. Below, a
nutshell description. Hey, we have a good time. Hope to see you in July?
. . .

of the most exciting writing today is found in Narrative Non-Fiction, an
emerging genre in which writers apply narrative strategies and techniques to
factual material. This course will orient writers within the genre, which
includes both personal streams (memoir, autobiography, travelogue) and
impersonal ones (true-crime writing, biography, immersion reporting). It will
include lectures, discussions, craft exercises and workshopping student

Bird fee $649 until June 14, $699 thereafter.  Please register first before
submitting material.  Please submit a story–maximum 1,500 words: scs.writing@utoronto.ca  Please note that
these pieces will be uploaded so that all students can read other’s work before the start of the course.

Textbook: The Art of Fact: A Historical Anthology of Literary Journalism by
Kevin Kerrane and Ben Yagoda, ISBN-13: 978-0684846309–available at the U of T

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