Instructor: Richard J. Gonzales
Tuition: Early Registration $50 (Both members and non-members before Feb 9)
$50 (Members); $65 (Non-members)
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This interactive workshop offers information, examples, and exercises for writers seeking to write responsibly about diverse people. An increasingly multi-cultural reading audience, agents, and publishers expect writers to create and describe diverse characters, settings, and motives in a manner reflective of their complex cultures and conflicts, devoid of stereotypes and “alternative facts.” Class participants will have the opportunity to share their work with the instructor and other class attendees for constructive feedback on their efforts to write responsibly. Diverse insights are welcome.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Richard Gonzales has published nonfiction, Raza Rising: Chicanos in North Texas, in March 2016 (University of North Texas Press), and a novel, Deer Dancer, in July 2017 (Sleeping Panther Press). He was a contributing Fort Worth Star-Telegram op-ed columnist for six years (2001-2007) and has published short stories in the Americas Review, a literary journal of the University of Houston. His work has appeared in a TCU college reader, as well as out-of-state newspapers. He was selected by LatinoAuthor.Com as the number one Latino author for nonfiction in 2016.
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