Compelling, concise writing is an art. In this three-day workshop, University of Montana associate professor of journalism Jule Banville taught the fundamentals of solid writing through hands-on exercises and one-on-one edits.
From business and nonprofit communications to writing for the web and social media, participants learned the importance of sentence structure, grammar and writing flow across multiple platforms.
Interested in workshops like this one? Check out our upcoming workshops.
Writing Doesn’t Have to be Boring
Banville used the children’s book Where the Wild Things Are to demonstrate proper syntax, good writing, and simple storytelling.
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The Writing Well workshop gave me the boost I needed to fine tune my writing.
Jule Banville presented what could have been sleepy content on commas and editing in a fascinating and enthusiastic manner. I highly recommend the class for anyone who wants to communicate more effectively.
Poet, Writer, Editor
In just a few short days, my writing was transformed.
I’m finally able to put down on paper the story I have in my head clearly and with correct punctuation! I am no longer putting off the parts of my job that include writing; I’m owning them.
Marketing Coordinator | Montana Food Bank Network
Jule’s workshop provided a needed and valuable writing refresher for me.
Her engaging instruction benefitted both new and experienced writers alike.
Communications Consultant |
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana