I have been teaching memoir since 2006. I’ve taught at Miami-Dade College, Florida International University, Lip Service Institute and now Writing Class Radio, a podcast of a writing class, and more.
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What's your story?
Do you have a book club, yoga community, moon circle, or group of friends?
Andrea will guide your group in an intimate and fun writing workshop!
Let’s go deep and write our stories!
This class is for anyone looking to become a better writer or storyteller or just figure out who you are. All participants should come prepared to write and share. Students will be given a prompt meant to unearth what’s lingering below. Stories will be workshopped.
You will walk away with tips for how to make every story stronger.
This class is for beginners and seasoned writers.
Class size is unlimited.
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How to Tell Your Story
Discover Your Inner Writer And Tell The Story You’ve Been Wanting To Tell!
Everyone has a story to tell, and most everyone has a desire to tell it. What stops some is the mistaken belief that they can’t write. But if you can speak you can write. And the most important thing for a writer to do when telling their story is to speak the truth.
Andrea Askowitz is a teacher, writer, performer, and co-host and creator of the podcast Writing Class Radio. In this class, she’ll inspire you to figure out what your story is, help you write a first draft, and learn key techniques to strengthen your writing.
In this class, you’ll learn how to:
- Mine your life for story ideas.
- Start with the who, what, where and when of your story.
- Use specific details.
- Raise the stakes by figuring out why you’re telling this story.
- Create a likable narrator, which means a vulnerable narrator.
- Practice by reading your story out loud and telling your story without reading it.
Writing Class Radio
Three-part video class
Writing Your Story from Beginning to End
Join Andrea and Allison as they share their writing tips with you in a three-part series.