This is my new favorite marketing campaign. Doesn’t it make you want to become a nature photographer?
Client: Partnership for Inquiry LearningProject: 5 Strategies for Effective In-House Professional Development: A guide for administrators, coaches, and facultyInbound marketing offer My favorite projects combine all my interests—teaching, writing, and marketing—like this professional development guide for educators that was developed as an inbound marketing offer for the Partnership for Inquiry Learning at Butler University.
As a writer, one has to collect experiences and feelings and people from which to draw, especially in nonfiction. So I’ve tried to remain a student of life and human behavior, and a collector of experiences. Storey ClaytonRead the full interview
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How do you make small talk with a stranger when your brother is dead and you can’t even talk to your sister in the same room? Read it
I remember when I started drafting, I was both terrified and excited about where it might lead, what the writing of it might dredge up—emotions, new self-understandings. As writers we know that’s a ‘good place’ to be… – Bill MarshRead the full interview
The gift of nonfiction is the ability to share human experience through story. I find that when I’m most uncomfortable writing my emotional truth, the work has the biggest reaction with readers. – Lauren MauldinRead the full interview
“The pen is not so different from the camera.” Writers and photographers both have the ability to show the world what things look like from their perspectives. We have a lot of power to take what we see and shape it to evoke certain feelings or responses. – Alexia KemerlingRead the full interview
The Pond by Nicola Davies is—in hindsight—the book I wish I’d found immediately after my brother died suddenly in February 2001. But even if it had existed then, I probably wouldn’t have found it, because it’s a children’s picture book, and I was an adult without children at the time.