Tony Cohan to Lead Creative Nonfiction Workshop

Tony Cohan The lineup for Centrum's summer creative nonfiction workshops in 2009 will feature Kim Barnes, Denise Chávez, and Tony Cohan (pictured) leading workshops in generating, crafting, and shaping your creative nonfiction. Information on each of their workshops is available here, and registration is available here, as well as by calling the Centrum registrar at 360.385.3102, x114.

Tony Cohan, who for a number of years was an insider in the Los Angeles music industry, is the author of the memoirs “On Mexican Time,” "Mexican Days," and “Native State” (a Los Angeles Times Notable Book of the Year). He is also the author of the novels “Opium,” and “Canary." His articles and essays have appeared in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and Condé Nast Traveler, among many other magazines. He divides his time between Mexico and California.

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