January Online Classes
Our January online classes are starting soon! Online classes are flexible in schedule, with most classes having no set meeting time, so you can learn whenever works best for you. Dig into dynamic craft lessons, inspiring prompts and assignments, compelling, diverse readings, helpful peer and instructor feedback, and more through our interactive and super easy-to-use platform, Wet Ink.
Check out our upcoming online offerings below:
- Jumpstart Your Narrative Nonfiction Book with instructor E.B. Bartels (Sold out)
- Novel Builder with instructor Caroline Woods (Sold out)
- Intro to Fiction with instructor Carolyn Zaikowski (Sold out)
- Novel Outlining with instructor Blair Hurley (Sold out)
- Novel In Progress with instructor Cam Terwilliger (4 spots left)
- Essentials of Character with instructor Jackie Cangro
- 6 Weeks, 3 Essays with instructor Ethan Gilsdorf (Sold out)
- Intro to Poetry with instructor Michael Schermerhorn (3 spots left)
- Storytelling Through Film with instructor Mariona Lloreta
- Sci-Fi Fantasy with instructor Fox Welsh
- 6 Weeks, 3 Stories with instructor Caroline Belle Stewart
- Jumpstart Your Writing Practice with instructor Jackie Cangro (Sold out)
- Intro to the Personal Essay with instructor Lisa Braxton
- 6 Weeks, 3 Poems: Get Submission Ready with instructor Sara Rivera
- Short Story Builder with instructor Kate Senecal
For more information about our online programs, click here.
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