225 North Gate Blvd
Are you ready to take your science, nature and other types of nonfiction writing to the next level? The Western Museum of Mining and Industry (225 North Gate Blvd, Colorado Springs) provides an intimate, inclusive writing program in a striking setting on Saturday, February 22 from 8:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Immerse yourself in this intensive winter writing class designed for those who want to learn more about nonfiction writing and publishing. Topics will include writing research papers, articles for magazines and newspapers, advanced research methods, and the use of illustrations and images. Writing about science, nature, mining, history, and other nonfiction subjects offers exciting opportunities to be published. Magazines, newspapers, bloggers, clubs, and schools are looking for articles to share with their audience, and this class can teach you how to publish. This class combines excellent instruction with valuable resources and is appropriate for nonfiction writers of all genres and levels. Students in middle and high school are encouraged to attend. Learn about the scope of nonfiction; discover writing techniques and tips; and explore powerful writing strategies through the science and nature examples. Space is limited, call 719-488-0880 for more information or to save your seat.