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Elsewhere: A Travel Writing Masterclass with Marcello Di Cintio
Instructor: Marcello Di Cintio
Date: Wed., Dec. 6th, 7–9pm EST (4pm–6pm Pacific)
Format: 2-hr. masterclass w/ Q&A + personal consultation (Stream B students only)
In a world where every place has been discovered, what is the point of travel writing? In this workshop, we will discuss narrative travel journalism as a literary art form – rather than a collection of banal hotel reviews and dispatches from distant spas. When writers go off to seek stories in the great wide world, what are their goals and responsibilities, how do they portray the Other, and, most importantly, how do they compose work that matters?
For an additional fee, students can upgrade to Stream B to receive tailored feedback from Marcello on a travel story of up to 3,000 words. Only 10 spots available in Stream B. Need a payment plan? (Stream B only)
Stream A: lecture only $65 🇨🇦(~$48 🇺🇸)
Stream B: $200 CAD 🇨🇦(~$148 🇺🇸)
Receive tailored feedback from Marcello on a travel story of up to 3,000 words. Limited to 10 students.
Live 2-hr lesson (with break) with Q&A; access to re-watch the webinar anytime you want. Students who upgrade to Stream B will tailored feedback from Marcello on a travel story of up to 3,000 words. There are 10 Stream B spots available.
This masterclass is intended for travel writers of all levels.
After checkout, you’ll receive a receipt with a link to download your tickets, which will include Zoom passcodes and additional webinar information. You will also receive an emailed reminder a few days before the event.
ACCESSIBILITY & RECORDING
This webinar is designed for live participation but a recording of the webinar will be provided to all registrants to stream if they’re unable to attend in full or wish to view it again. Closed captioning is also available for both live and recorded video, however, it’s auto-generated and subject to error.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Marcello Di Cintio is the award-winning author of five books – all travelogues of one kind or another – including Walls: Travels Along the Barricades, Pay No Heed to the Rockets: Palestine in the Present Tense and Driven: The Secret Life of Taxi Drivers. Di Cintio’s travel writing can also be found in publications like Afar, Canadian Geographic, enRoute and Conde Nast Traveller.
Stream A (regular classes), Stream B (classes plus feedback)