New Year's Writing Resolutions: Write More in 2017
Taught by Jennifer Mattson
Jennifer Mattson is a former radio producer for "The Connection" and worked as an editor for National Public Radio. She spent over six years as a producer for CNN, where she was responsible for CNN's daily live newscasts and producing CNN's international coverage. Jennifer came to CNN to work in the Washington bureau's political unit during the 1996 U.S. presidential election. She later moved to Atlanta, where she worked first as a writer and then as a newscast producer at CNN International. Prior to joining CNN, Jennifer worked as a reporter based in Budapest, Hungary covering Eastern Europe, where she reported on a number of regional stories for USA TODAY including a piece on George Soros and the Clinton-Yeltsin CSCE Summit. She has also reported, most recently, from Asia. Her work has appeared in TheAtlantic.com, USA TODAY, The Boston Globe, The Women's Review of Books, AsianCorrespondent.com, Tablettalk.com and CNN.com. She is the former Managing Editor of AsiaSociety.org. Follow her on Twitter at @jennifermattson
Is your goal to write more but feeling stuck? Don't worry, you're not alone.
Whether you're interested in getting published in magazines and literary journals or just want to write for yourself, we'll discuss the art of creating a writing practice.
In this three-hour workshop, we'll get advice from famous writers, use prompts and exercises to get the pen moving and start working on our ideal project: whether it's an essay, story, book idea or just writing in our journal. By the end of the day, you'll feel better and start the rest of summer on the right writing foot.
Bring a journal or paper and a pen. A computer is optional and welcome. All levels are welcome.