WT Students Accepted into Creative Nonfiction's Writing the Tough Stuff Workshop

WT Students Accepted into Creative Nonfiction's Writing the Tough Stuff Workshop

Junior Tamia Pugh and sophomores Daniel Kochupura and Cate Sindler were accepted into Creative Nonfiction's Writing Workshop, "Writing the Tough Stuff," a selective, eight-week online writing workshop, open to teens across Allegheny County.

Led by novelist, nationally and internationally produced playwright, Cofounder and Program Director of Words Without Walls, and Chatham University professor Sarah Shotland, "Writing the Tough Stuff" provides a space for students in grades 9-12 to write about challenging subjects like social isolation, anxiety, uncertainty, sexuality, gender identity, peer and family relationships, racism, bullying, mental illness, etc. The workshop will culminate in a reading of participants' work at the beginning of April.

Congratulations to all!


The Creative Nonfiction Foundation inspires and supports writers of true stories by providing publishing venues and educational opportunities for a diverse range of creative nonfiction writing and writers; serves as a strong advocate for the genre, helping define the ethics and parameters of the field; and aims to broaden the genre's impact not only in the publishing world but also in the arts, humanities, and sciences.