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JRN 492/ 892 (001) Writing the Non-Fiction Book
Fall 2013 Special Topics course: Wednesday 6-8:50 p.m.

Ever think about writing a non-fiction book? This is an opportunity not only to learn how to do it, but also to start the process. Open to undergrads and master’s students in all majors.

• Learn about the latest trends in the publishing industry, including self-publishing, as well as types of publishers and working with literary agents.
• For grad students, learn how to adapt a thesis or dissertation into a monograp.
• Jointly write a bok.
• End the semester with your own professional-caliber book proposal ready for submission to a publisher or agent.

Associate Professor Eric Freedman is the author or co-author of 10 books about history, higher education, international journalism, travel and natural resources. For information: call 355-4729 or email

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Last Modified: 11/30/2015

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