Who doesn’t have a piece of wisdom we wish we could tell our younger self? Being able to turn those nuggets of advice into publishable essays is one way to create a little side hustle with your writing.
In this workshop, IFW Instructor Susan Ludwig explores what editors are looking for in personal essays and how to connect with your reader while critiquing the winning entries from the recent IFW Essay to My Younger Self Contest!
Plus, you’ll get to ask questions during our live Q&A. Can’t make it live? We’ve got you covered. A limited-time replay will be available within a few days of the live event.
Join us September 14th at 8pm ET/5pm PT!
Susan Ludwig â€“ Author, Editor, and ICL Instructor
Susan Ludwig, MA has been an instructor with the Institute of Children’s Literature for almost twenty years. Susan’s writing credits include teacher resource guides, English language learner books, and classroom curriculum for elementary through high school students. A former magazine editor, she assesses students’ written essays as a scoring director for the ACT and SAT exam. When she is not writing or working, she is usually found playing with her grandsons or curled up with a good book.
*The Essay to My Younger Self contest closed 6/30/23. We’ll be announcing the winner during this workshop and no more entries can be accepted at this time.