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The Write Stuff with Rebecca Chalmers

Exploring writing for publication.

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About this class:

This is a 2-meeting virtual class using the Zoom platform.

Thursdays: January 5 and 19 - 5-7 pm CST

Using a kind of workshop format, this course encourages submissions to HumanitiesND Magazine and alerts participants to the basic expectations for publishable work. It will cover the basic criteria for consideration, provide some "pro" tips for good writing practice, and offer feedback on potential projects. We will meet on two consecutive Thursday evenings in January 2023, in anticipation of submissions to the magazine for the coming year and beyond. Please join us!

Instructor bio:

Rebecca Chalmers has spent her adult life on the study of literature. A Ph.D. in English (with concentrations in American literature, film studies, and critical theory) led her to a rich and rewarding academic career, the last thirteen years of which were spent with the English program at the University of Mary in Bismarck, and in regular work with the Humanities North Dakota. Currently, she resides on the Eastern Shore of Maryland where she works as an independent scholar, with occasional university classes, and in freelance editing and writing, all while she continues to pen her own poetry and short stories.

Humanities North Dakota classes and events are funded in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


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