The pandemic has lasted so long that it spawned an entire online university, one that offers master classes on writing, podcasting, photography, reporting, and other literary topics.
From May 11 to May 25, Pandemic University offers a series of totally free classes for writers looking to hone their skills in evoking the natural world.
From poetry to reports, through articles and magazines, “Writing is your natureIt has six leading conservationists and journalists, each offering 60-minute classes that equip the writer with the skills necessary to produce compelling content that speaks the language of the natural world in an elegant and understandable way.
Live masterclasses are playable and hosted on Zoom, and will include content for both professionals and beginners, with plenty of time for questions at the end of each session. In addition to combining scientific precision and readability with prose, they will also cover writing in the environmental or conservation field as a career.
Freelance writer Sarah Gilman’s course, for example, will help you reach audiences and sustain your own writing career in today’s media environment, while bestselling author Chris Turner will offer advice on how to “walk the line between reporter and advocate “.
Writing Is Your Nature is sponsored by the Canadian and US non-profit conservation organization. Yellowstone to Yukon, which seeks to guarantee better protection of the lands within and between these two great moors.
With the pandemic subsiding in the United States, one only has a lot of time left to sit at home attending Zoom calls, and if you have May to spare and are interested in improving your nature-oriented writing skills, this is it. a great way to do it.
You can find the information to register completely free of charge, here.
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