About this class
When you add Fact+Fiction, what do you get?
What is creative non-fiction, how can you write it and where can it be published? Join Teresa Goff and GEIST publisher AnnMarie MacKinnon as they co-host a workshop on creative non-fiction. The goal of this two-hour workshop is to produce a 300-word piece of writing and pitch it to one of Canada's top literary magazines.
About Geist Magazine
Geist has received numerous award nominations, including National Magazine Awards in 2010 and 2017. It won the 2017 Gold Medal for Photojournalism & Photo Essay for Terence Byrnes' South of Buck Creek. In 2019 Geist was nominated for two National Magazine Awards in the Personal Journalism and Column categories.
Since 1990, Geist has published more than 1500 Canadian writers and artists, has won some two dozen awards, including (three times) Magazine of the Year for Western Canada, has published writers who have gone on to win the Writers’ Trust and Giller awards, and has grown into the largest-circulation literary periodical in Canada’s history.
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