(Zoom) September 15, 2021 – Flipping Conflicts into Conversations with Jeanine Hull

For most writers, there is a great deal of research involved in their craft. Many become experts on topics covered in their writing, and some write about subjects they are already well-versed in. Covering complex topics can be a daunting task and harnessing information into an easy-to-read format can be a chore within…

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(Zoom) September 16, 2020 – Separating Fact From Fiction: The Rise and Role of Journalism

For twenty-five years (1988-2013), John DeDakis was deeply involved in CNN’s coverage of almost every major national and international news story, retiring in 2013 as a Senior Copy Editor of CNN’s “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer.” DeDakis, whose journalism career began when he was tear gassed in 1970 while covering…

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(Zoom) July 15, 2020 – The Intertwined Crafts of Thinking and Writing Well

Leigh Glenn

What does it mean to “think well”? How does this skill relate to “writing well”? Freelance writer, editor and speechwriter, herbalist, permaculturalist, and traditional rug-hooking artist, Leigh Glenn, will take us on a journey through the intertwined crafts of thinking well and writing well that naturally lead to synthesizing and…

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