Sun, Mar 15|
The Writers' Colony
Writing about Religion Workshop
“Writing About Religion” is a workshop instructed by Ruth Nasrullah. Ruth has worked as a freelance journalist since 2003, focusing on religion and spirituality, civil rights and politics, trails and travel, and public speaking.
Time & Location
Mar 15, 2020, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
The Writers' Colony, 515 Spring St, Eureka Springs, AR 72632, USA
About the Event
The Writers’ Colony at Dairy Hollow is pleased to present, “Writing About Religion,” a workshop instructed by Ruth Nasrullah. Ruth has worked as a freelance journalist since 2003, focusing on religion and spirituality, civil rights and politics, trails and travel, and public speaking. From 2006 to 2015 she wrote the Straight Path blog for the Houston Chronicle in which she examined life as an American Muslim. She also contributed to the paper’s Belief and Gray Matters sections. She was co-founder of the MuslimMatters online magazine, for which she regularly wrote about politics and civil rights. She has been a regular contributor to Religion News Service, Azizah, Islamic Horizons, The Trek, The Lily, and Toastmaster. She recently had two poems accepted for eMerge, the Writers Colony at Dairy Hollow magazine.
The workshop will be Sunday, March 15th, from 2:00 to 5:00 pm at The Writers’ Colony located at 515 Spring Street in Eureka Springs. The class fee is $150 per person. Workshop attendees may reserve a writing suite for a residency at WCDH at the subsidized rate of $75 per night, including meals, based on availability and single occupancy. Space is limited, so register early!