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Monday, October 29 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Tapping Personal Narrative and The New World of Publishing to Foster Healing, Give Teens a Voice

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Discover how personal storytelling techniques and the ease of today’s indie publishing platforms can empower teens and ensure their voices are heard. In this interactive session, NYT bestselling author Ingrid Ricks shares how she found healing and empowerment by writing her coming-of-age story and used it to help more than a thousand teens in both Utah and Washington find their voice by writing — and in some cases publishing — the deeply personal stories they needed to share. From there, she drills down on the process she employs to help youth identify their stories and bring them to life. She will also discuss the different eBook and print publishing options now available and share how they can be used to quickly get teen voices out to the world. All workshop attendees will receive a copy of Ingrid’s narrative writing guide.

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Ingrid Ricks

Founder, Author, Write It Out Loud, Write It Out Loud
Ingrid Ricks is a New York Times bestselling memoir author, book coach, narrative writing consultant and founder of Write It Out Loud, a program that fosters healing and empowerment through personal narrative. Her books include the coming-of-age memoir, Hippie Boy: A Girl’s Sto... Read More →

Monday October 29, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm PDT

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