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Software coding and fiction writing can overlap, particularly in the area of design patterns and algorithms that can be applied to help you plan and execute a successful story. Join two published authors as well as programmers who can teach … Continue reading
What are you afraid to write about? In this class, we create the supportive space to write the things we haven’t yet. We will discover what fears hold us back from writing about the topics and experiences we want to, … Continue reading
If you’ve ever found yourself choosing between possible endings or plot twists, why not try a storytelling format that lets you explore them all? Games and interactive fiction invite the reader to join in the storytelling process, and invite the … Continue reading
Taking cues from classic stories as well as contemporary literature, film, and pop culture, workshop leader Evan J. Peterson teaches you the ways to make your writing original, compelling, and deeply Weird. From witchcraft to spirits to unnameable entities, you’ll … Continue reading
Join Fran Wilde for an online course on how to use journaling to mange your creative work, focusing on how to leverage these techniques particularly in difficult times. Limited enrollment (15); scholarships available. See class details here for more information and to … Continue reading
What goes into creating an anthology? How do you find authors? Decide to pitch it to a publisher or indie publish? And what do you do with it when you’re done? Join editor Catherine Lundoff for a workshop that will set you … Continue reading
Do you love playing games? Ever want to write your own or for someone else? In this class, join industry veteran Monica Valentinelli for insight on how to write your own game or for your favorite type of game. Monica … Continue reading
AKA Managing Your Writing Career. A publishing career is made up a lot of alone time writing/thinking, a lot of waiting, a lot of rejections, and brief moments of success. Sometimes it is difficult to feel like you are succeeding … Continue reading
Writers are often encouraged to focus on developing their voice, much of which comes from how they approach point of view in their work. In this class, you’ll work with Tracy Townsend, author of the Thieves of Fate series from Pyr, to … Continue reading