Do you ever struggle when trying to write for a particular audience? Are you afraid of being too “wordy” or not including enough? This workshop will focus on how to write effective sentences for different audiences. Strategies discussed will include how to decide what to cut and what to keep, when to choose active voice, and how to avoid common sentence problems.
Presented by Jane Rosenzweig
Jane Rosenzweig is the director of the Harvard College Writing Center and the author of the Writing Hacks newsletter. She has worked as a staff editor at the Atlantic and a member of the fiction staff at the New Yorker. Her work has been published in the New York Times, Harvard Business Review, the American Prospect, the Boston Globe, and Chronicle Review. She holds a BA from Yale, an M.Litt. from Oxford, and an MFA from the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop.