Journalism: The other writing genre
A workshop with Paul Wahl
Tuesday, September 19, 6-8pm
Fishtrap, 400 E Grant St. – Enterprise
Free, limited to 12 students. Register below.
Journalism is a time-honored writing form, but its practice has come under scrutiny in recent years. “Fair and balanced.” “Fake news.” “Media bias.” Journalism is first and foremost about telling a story based on facts and input from a variety of sources. While most people don’t think of journalism as “creative writing,” it requires thought and preparation –– and creativity.