Workshop Offers Insights on "How to Tell Your Story"
OGDEN, Utah – Weber State University Continuing Education will present “How to Tell Your Story: A Workshop on Writing and Publishing” on March 6 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Weber State University Davis.
The workshop is intended to help aspiring writers, story tellers and journal keepers in our community learn how to tell their stories.
Workshop attendees will learn tips and tricks from local professional authors for getting their work published. Stories are the legacy one generation leaves to the next. Participants will learn how to craft favorite family stories into a narrative that’s worthy of publishing and discover the best ways to position themselves for success in the publishing world.
The workshop includes four sessions: Biography and Autobiography, The Narrative Essay, The Creative Journal, and How to Publish. Sessions will demonstrate how telling a story begins, writing techniques that make them come alive, and how to get a story in print.
Highly respected professional writers teach each session of the workshop.
John Schwiebert is a professor of English who has taught at WSU since 1989, including the course “Notebooks, Journals, and Creativity” for the past 18 years.
Michael Wutz is a Presidential Distinguished Professor in the WSU English department and the editor of Weber State University’s interdisciplinary humanities journal Weber—The Contemporary West.
Walt Prothero has taught both English and biology at Weber State for more than 20 years. He holds master’s degrees in creative writing and biology. Prothero is the author of six books and dozens of articles.
Gordon Allred, professor of English at Weber State University, has published 22 book-length works, both fiction and non-fiction, along with numerous articles and short stories. For 22 years he co-authored a nationally syndicated medical column.
The cost of attending the workshop is $99 if registering individually or $85 each for two or more by Feb. 20. All registrations are $125 after Feb. 20. For more information and to register visit weber.edu/writers or call 801-626-6600.
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