Perfect for: new and experienced essay writers seeking inspiration from their current environment
- November 9 – December 13, 2020 via Google Classroom
- Registration: Pay What You Can
Place-based writing allows us to explore our surroundings, understand who we are, where we come from and how we connect with our landscape and community. Join Adirondack Life editor Annie Stoltie for a creative nonfiction–writing class that focuses on place. During this five-week class, students will also learn how to publish their work.
Annie Stoltie has written more than a hundred articles for Adirondack Life, including her award-winning Short Carries essays. She’s also a freelance writer who has contributed to The New York Times, Slate, Newsweek and Good Housekeeping, among other publications.
Pay What You Can
Because times are extra tough right now, ACW is this class at a Pay What You Can rate, thanks to the generous support of the Lake Placid Public Foundation. If you are able, please consider selecting the $150 or $200 rate to ensure ACW can continue bringing classes like this one to community members like yourself. Registrations are limited, so make sure to register early!
2 thoughts on “Finding Your Place: Writing Creative Nonfiction with Annie Stoltie”
I would like to participate in this workshop. I have already begun but i want to use this workshop to focus and finish.
Hi there! We’d love to have you join the class! You can register now at http://bit.ly/acwfypclass. Enjoy!