NEW: Journalism Workshop at the Chicago Public Library

Starting July 6th, I will be teaching a six-week journalism program at the Chicago Public Library in Chicago, Ill.

YOUmedia Chicago, the space that has helped bring this workshop to life, is in 23 library locations and offers a plethora of creative resources. It has been a delight working with the YOUmedia team and I’m so excited for a collaborative workshop that inspires teens to take action, this year’s Chicago Public Library Summer Reading theme.

If you’re interested, please sign up here: https://chipublib.bibliocommons.com/events/60d9dc9cb957853000efac69.

NEW: Virtual Student News at the Hudson Library

Starting July 8th, I will be teaching a six-week journalism program at the Hudson Library & Historical Society in Hudson, Ohio.

Growing up, I loved visiting the Hudson Library, where I spent my summer buried in books or volunteering with the Summer Reading Program. The librarians truly care about creating fun, creative opportunities for kids in Hudson, and I’m excited to connect with tweens and teens who were just like me, passionate about expressing themselves and learning more about the world around them.

If you’re interested, please sign up here: https://engagedpatrons.org/EventsRegister.cfm?SiteID=3850&BranchID=1000001734&Branch=Hudson%20Library%20%26%20Historical%20Society&EventID=434171&PK=702132.

Interview with Chloe Angyal

From her early days as an occasional opinion writer for her high school's student paper, Lyz Lenz has never shied away from speaking her mind. In the last few years, her freelance writing career has risen dramatically, with bylines in the Columbia Journalism Review, the Washington Post, and Glamour. Lyz's work, which constitutes both reported pieces and personal essays, focuses on feminism, religion, the Midwest, and everything in between. Her book, Belabored: A Vindication of the Rights of Pregnant Women, was published in August 2020.
  1. Lyz Lenz
  2. Chloe Angyal
  3. Rebecca Jennings
  4. Kim Kelly
  5. Nicole Clark

Interview with Nicole Clark

From her early days as an occasional opinion writer for her high school's student paper, Lyz Lenz has never shied away from speaking her mind. In the last few years, her freelance writing career has risen dramatically, with bylines in the Columbia Journalism Review, the Washington Post, and Glamour. Lyz's work, which constitutes both reported pieces and personal essays, focuses on feminism, religion, the Midwest, and everything in between. Her book, Belabored: A Vindication of the Rights of Pregnant Women, was published in August 2020.
  1. Lyz Lenz
  2. Chloe Angyal
  3. Rebecca Jennings
  4. Kim Kelly
  5. Nicole Clark