Because the Literary Techniques for Genre Fiction has been so much fun to teach, I’ve added a follow-up class with more techniques and lecture about sentence-level devices, Literary Techniques for Genre Fiction II.
Rachel Swirsky, one of the most talented writers I know, will be joining me for a special workshop, Re-Telling and Re-Taleing, focusing on drawing on mythology, fairy tale, and other common stories in one’s writing.
Because my friend Caren keeps telling me I should, I’ve added a Reading Aloud workshop to teach you how to pick and adapt work to read, how to prepare, and how to perform.
I’ve also added my first on-demand class, an amplified version of the Literary Techniques for Genre Fiction class on the Fedora Platform. My intent is to have on-demand versions of all of my existing classes plus some of the mini workshops I’ve done in the past up within the next six months. Stay tuned for an additional exciting project to be announced in December. 😉
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