Drawing from your life experience for fiction, essays, creative-non fiction, or memoirs--led by instructor Brady Allen.
How to research and incorporate fact in your fiction, essays, creative non-fiction, or memoirs--led by Dayton Daily Newsjournalist Joanne Smith.
Joanne Huist Smith is a native of Dayton. She grew up in the Old North Dayton Neighborhood and attended the St. Adalbert's Catholic Elementary School on Valley Street. Joanne graduated from John H. Patterson Cooperative High School, then earned a bachelor's degree in English at Wright State University. She joined the staff of the Dayton Daily News as a reporter in 1997. During her tenure with the newspaper, Joanne has covered Greene and Warren counties, focusing on education and communities. She currently covers Montgomery County government.
How to brainstorm ideas for your fiction, essays, creative non-fiction, or memoirs--led by instructor Rebecca Morean.
Author of the novel In The Dead Of Winter, under the name Abbey Pen Baker, Rebecca Morean is also a frequent contributor to Salon.com, an instructor of English at Sinclair Community College, and President of the Antioch Writers' Workshop Board of Directors.
How to find publishing markets for your fiction, essays, creative non-fiction, or memoirs--led by essayist and Sinclair Community College English instructor Kate Geiselman.
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