Welcome to our first Investing In You webinar. Our goal is to expand the context of "Investing In What's Important" with this series to go beyond your investments and finances, to the things that will help you build a better life.
This month, celebrated novelist and New York Times Bestseller Janet Fitch invites you to a live webinar where she reveals simple steps to start journaling and writing.
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Meet Your Presenters:
Novelist, New York Times Best Seller
Janet Fitch is an American author and teacher of fiction writing. She is the author of the #1 national bestseller White Oleander, a novel translated into 24 languages, an Oprah Book Club book and the basis of a feature film, Paint It Black, also widely translated and made into a 2017 film, and her epic novels of the Russian Revolution, The Revolution of Marina M. and Chimes of a Lost Cathedral.
Additionally, she has written short stories, essays, articles, and reviews, contributed to anthologies and regularly teaches at the Squaw Valley Community of Writers. She taught creative writing for 14 years in the University of Southern California's Master of Professional Writing program, as well as Vermont College of Fine Art's Writing and Publishing program, A Room of Her Own (AROHO), the UCLA Writer’s Program, and Pomona College. She lectures frequently on fiction writing.
Fitch was a Helen R. Whiteley Fellow, a Research Fellow at the Huntington Library, a Moseley Fellow at Pomona College, and a 2009 Likhachev Cultural Fellow to St. Petersburg, Russia. Fitch graduated from Reed College in Portland, Oregon in 1978 with a BA in History.
She lives in Los Angeles and travels whenever she gets the chance.
Breene Murphy, Host
Director of Client Experience at EP Wealth Advisors