Gain the Edge: Professional Development for Writers, with Lyzette Wanzer, April 13 (via Wet Ink/Zoom)

Lyzette Wanzer

TUESDAYS, APR. 13 — MAY 25  |  This intensive hands-on workshop will provide you with the career savvy you need to stand out from the crowd of writers who, though they may be talented, lack the marketplace acumen they need to boost their opportunities from good to great. Learn a comprehensive set of professional practices that translate your talent into actionable, real-world skills for escalating your literary career. Learn how to increase your chances of earning grants, landing residencies, and getting published. Over the course of this workshop, you will acquire the practices and strategies you need to reveal and take advantage of scores of opportunities for your work–skills you can put into immediate effect! Many students have garnered their first literary grant, writing conference invitation, or publication credit after completing this course.

Asynchronous learning materials for this class will be available online (via the Wet Ink platform). Scheduled class sessions will take place via Zoom. Registered students, please contact the instructor directly for details.

Lyzette Wanzer’s work appears in over twenty-five literary journals and books, and she is a contributor to The Chalk Circle: Intercultural Prizewinning Essays (Wyatt-MacKenzie 2012), The Naked Truth, Essay Daily, and San Francisco University High School Journal. A three-time San Francisco Arts Commission and Center for Cultural Innovation grant recipient, Lyzette serves as Judge for the Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition’s Intercultural Essay category. She is currently helming an essay anthology entitled Trauma, Tresses, &Truth: Untangling Our Hair Through Personal Narrative (Chicago Review Press 2022).

Contact: AuthorLyzetteWanzer@LyzetteWanzerMFA.com

Number of sessions: 7

Dates: Tuesdays, April 13, 20, 27; May 4, 11, 18, 25

Time: 5:30 – 8:00pm Pacific Time

Course fee: $350

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