Creative Nonfiction: The Art of Subculture Writing

Isaac Eger, Writer

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9 Lessons (24m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Class Project

    • 3. Finding Your Subculture

    • 4. How to Get Invited

    • 5. Interaction

    • 6. Interviewing

    • 7. Writing

    • 8. Getting Published

    • 9. Epilogue

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36 of 36 students recommend this class
This class is absolutely fantastic! It is short and concise, yet filled with excellent, very useful information that will enable students to go from subculture-article-writing-virgin to comprehensively prepared and confident in less than half an hour. The teacher presents the knowledge in easy to understand, easy to follow segments which makes absorbing the information effortless and painless. The quality of everything from the visuals to the speech to the accompanying background music and it's volume presents the information in not just an authoritative way, but also, very importantly, an inviting and welcoming one. And to top it all off with the icing on the cake, the instructor has even offered to personally review each class project and should it be deemed engaging enough and of high enough quality, he'll even share his own personal contacts to help the student get their article published! I can't wait to finish and submit my piece! This class is well worth the investment! Check it out!
Short, but realistically informative from an experienced writer. (My first SkillShare class, so don't know how it stacks up to others.)
Very good production values and good insights into this kind of work. Only downside is being light on the writing side. Does more on the preliminaries to writing.