March 23, 2017 at 7 p.m. EST
Taught by Asra Q. Nomani, author, former Wall Street Journal reporter and contributor to Washington Post, The New York Times and TIME
Authors pour their heart and soul into books that can run anywhere from 20,000 words to 100,000 words long. As singer Rachel Platten captures, there is a “fight song” in all of us—and that extends to our writing. Wrapped up in this is the passion that has many of us writing for hours on end, for years on end. In this course, participants will learn how to sell key ideas, themes, and to create a “fight song” that will wow the world, connecting them to the headlines of the day, from 900-word opinion pieces to 120-character tweets and hashtag campaigns.