Underground writing can include student-driven, self-published work that expresses a specific point of view or voice, such as opinion pieces, fiction, journal writing and non-fiction. Understand what underground writing entails with instruction from a writing teacher in this free video on writing.
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Hi, I'm Laura from youngWritersWorkshops.com. And I'm going to talk about how to do underground writing. Underground writing refers to writing that's really sort of student driven. It's the student's own intention. As opposed to that of an assignment. Or a format that's coming from outside of themselves. Or it could be journal writing, it could be you know, opinion pieces. But self published. It could be fiction or non fiction. But it's writing that's coming from the students. As opposed to coming from another source. It's coming from an unassigned or from a text book. So a way to incorporate this into your work is to really just to keep a journal. Keep, do writing that's important to you. And then find other ways to promote your writing. Or put it out there in the world, besides a more typical traditional form of publication. You are also by doing underground writing. You're sort of, recognizing that you have something to say. That you have a voice. And that there's something that needs to be said. And so think about what it is. What are some of those messages that you want to get out there. And think about how you can say that. In a way that will be true to your feelings and voice. So those are some ideas about how to do underground writing.