Instructor: Linda Kulman
July 30 - August 3
Monday - Friday
2pm - 4pm
The minute you sit down to write, you’re making decisions, often unconsciously. One of these is finding your narrative voice. Among the hardest parts of writing, finding your voice is the foundation of a good story, whether a short essay, a magazine piece, a memoir—or a book you’re ghostwriting in someone else’s voice. This workshop will examine the decisions that go into crafting a voice that organizes and drives your story and keeps readers hanging on your every word.
Linda Kulman is the author of Teaching Common Sense: The Grand Strategy Program at Yale University, about a groundbreaking leadership course that trains the next generation to cope with a rapidly changing and increasingly complex world. She has collaborated on seven nonfiction books, including Amanda Knox’s New York Times bestseller, Waiting to Be Heard. Kulman was a senior writer at U.S. News & World Report and has contributed to the Washington Post, National Geographic, the Huffington Post, and NPR.org.
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