February Online Classes
Our February 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:
- 4 Weeks, 2 Essays with Sarah Ruth Bates (Full), starting February 3rd
- Storytelling through Film with Mariona Lloreta, starting February 3rd
- Poetry for Social Justice with Aimee Suzara, starting February 3rd
- Scene and Sequence: The Building Blocks of Plot (YA/MG) with Katie Bayerl, starting February 3rd
- Novel Revision with Kate Racculia (3 spots left), starting February 3rd
- Writing for TV with Shari D. Frost, starting February 3rd
- Crafting Scene with Nora Corrigan, starting February 3rd
- Shaping Your Story: A Narrative Structure Intensive with Carolyn Zaikowski, starting February 3rd
- Beginning to End: Building the Personal Essay with Shuchi Saraswat (4 spots left), starting February 3rd
- Short Story Builder with Kate Senecal (2 spots left), starting February 3rd
- Memoir Builder with Maya Shanbhag Lang (Full), starting February 3rd
- Reading Like a Writer with Jackie Cangro, starting February 24th
For more information about our online programs, click here.
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