Introduction to Creative Nonfiction (Hilo)
Creative Nonfiction is one of the most popular genres of writing right now and encompasses many forms, including essay, journal article, research paper, memoir, poem, prose. The key to creative nonfiction is the use of literary techniques to tell nonfiction stories in a way that is dramatic and compelling. We will try several different techniques and styles in order to find the best way to tell our stories, to make them personal and to make them memorable.
Required: Bring a notebook and pen.
July 11 & 18, 2017, Tuesdays, 5:00pm - 7:30pm, UH Hilo Campus, UCB 104, 2 Classes, $35.00
Who is Frances Kai-Hwa Wang:
Frances Kai-Hwa Wang, a writer, speaker, activist and multicultural educator who teaches at the University of Michigan, and is the author of “Where Lava Meets the Sea—Asian Pacific American Postcards from Hawaii” instructs this dynamic workshop that is open to anyone.