How communicators can channel 3 famous writers

Join us for the Writing for Communicators Boot Camp, and start writing like the literary greats.

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Armed with insights from Jill Pollack and Beth Nyland’s Writing for Communicators Boot Camp, you can have your audience just as enthralled with your work as award-winning novelists.

With their expert guidance, you’ll be able to apply the wisdom of these famous writers to your own work:

1. Ernest Hemingway: “Write drunk; edit sober.”

Maybe you shouldn’t take this advice literally, but as Jill and Beth teach, turning off the critical voice in your head is crucial.

2. Elmore Leonard: “I try to leave out the parts people skip.”

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