Jacqui Banaszynski is an acclaimed journalist, teacher and story coach who works with writers and editors around the world. She has written about corruption, beauty pageants and popes, AIDS and the Olympics, dog sled expeditions and refugee camps, and political strife. She won the 1988 Pulitzer Prize for an intimate series on a gay farm couple dying of AIDS.
Jacqui is a professor emerita at the Missouri School of Journalism and a faculty fellow at the internationally known Poynter Institute. In 2008, she was named to the Society of Features Journalists Hall of Fame. She has done four previous workshops through the Madeline Island School of Arts, where she creates lifelong writing communities.
You can find some of her work on her StoryLines website at www.jacquibanaszynski.com