Upcoming Online Classes
Ring in the new decade by visualizing what 2120 will look like in Sci-Fi and Fantasy. Indulge in a new medium with Intro to the Graphic Memoir. Knock an item off your bucket list by revising a short story for submission, or finishing a draft of your screenplay or TV pilot. Take a break from your novel, and write a picture book instead. Or start a new novel! The possibilities are endless.
You can check out some of our upcoming online classes below, or click here to see our full class schedule.
- Final Drafts: Revising Your Short Fiction with Colin Corrigan
- Intro to Poetry with Aimee Suzara
- Intro to the Personal Essay with Sari Boren
- 6 Weeks, 6 Picture Books with Holly Thompson
- Scrivener Intensive with Alison Murphy
- Reading Like a Writer with Jackie Cangro
- Memoir Builder with E.B. Bartels
- 6 Weeks, 6 Stories with Carolyn Zaikowski
- Momentum Intensive: Hook and Propel Your Readers with Sarah Jane Cody
- 6 Weeks, 6 Essays with Judith Hertog
- Intro to the Graphic Memoir with Tom Hart
- Writing About Death & Grief with Kelly Dalke
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