6 weeks / onlineOctober 3 - November 14$300 During this past summer's "Art of Speculative Fiction" workshop (May-June 2021), we wrote and read stories that explored the boundaries between literary fiction and speculative fiction—a collective term used to describe science fict
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Starts October 5th for 10 weeks Online This class will provide a safe space for personal growth and healing, and you will also learn the basics of writing fiction (memoirists and poets also welcome). In Wired For Story, Lisa Cron argues that story was crucial
Now taking students for my next online Prose Writing workshop, for all-levels. On Thursday evenings, 7:30 - 9 PST, from Sept 10 - Oct 15. We read work together that exemplifies craft in both fiction and non-fiction, share work, and leave time for workshop in the last
We’ll begin this 8 week generative workshop with the personal—re-examining confessionalism, autobiographical writing, and Frank O’Hara’s “Personism.” We’ll then move into the realm of the historic and elegiac—poetic modes that speak to cultures and groups. And, finally, we’ll di
This eight-week workshop will explore how writers can turn lived experience into art through an attentiveness to language, form, and surprise. Classes will include writing assignments, craft discussions, and workshop feedback. Students will read widely, studying write
Course Description This workshop is designed for writers who have started a first draft of an essay or a book-length project. Whether you have done a lot of work on your project or are just starting out, this workshop will push you to make meaningful progress by helping you d
eight Tuesdays, September 1-October 20 3:00-4:30 pm PDT $400 Now being held online! The internet is one of the best and the worst things to happen to writers. It makes sharing your work easier than ever—at least in theory. In fact, the internet's bounty and breadth can make figu