Class Types

Workshop

These are typically generative classes, in which students create new work in class or based on assignments, or students submit work to receive constructive critique from the instructor and fellow students. Workshops are typically (but not always) multi-session classes.

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Upcoming Classes & Workshops

Multigenre
2/12-2/19

Introduction to Ghostwriting

Students in this class will learn how to land those big ghostwriting contracts.
Nonfiction
3/2, 3/9, 3/16, 3/23, 3/30, 4/6, 4/13, 4/20, 4/27 & 5/4

Building Your Memoir: Intermediate

This ten-week course is aimed at writers who are currently working on a draft of a book-length memoir or narrative essay collection.
Fiction
3/7-3/14

How to Make Any Fiction Subgenre Your Own

This workshop puts forth a simple formula for genre-hopping or creating “speculative fiction” that takes elements of sci-fi, horror, literary, and other genres.
Storytelling
3/7 & 3/14

Witness: Reclaiming Our Stories for Connection - March 2022

In this two-part workshop for anyone who is a member of a historically marginalized, we will dismantle the dominant narrative structures that limit our stories.
Multigenre
3/8-5/17

Exploring the Da Vinci Notebook: Creative Play, Experiment & Inspiration

Learn, develop, and share new techniques and practices for journaling and experiment with ways to use your journals as fodder for more purposeful writing.
Poetry
3/10-4/14

Generative Writing Circle: Poetry

Participants can expect to learn tools for self-editing, refinement and revision and enhance their own craft while helping others.
Fiction
3/15, 3/22 & 3/29

Unexpected Perspectives: POV in Short Stories

In this three-week short story writing course, you'll try to walk in someone (or something) else’s shoes . . . or paws!
Fiction
3/16

How to Ask Questions to Dig Into Your Story

During the class, you will go through a series of exercises that encourage you to dive deeper into your story.