Winter Classes at the Writer's Workshoppe in Port Townsend
These classes fill quickly!! To register, simply call The Writers' Workshoppe @ 360-379-2617.
Open 10 AM-5:30 PM everyday. For longer class descriptions, visit the website here.
Class Location (unless noted otherwise):
Writing Tutoring with Anna Quinn
Wednesday mornings/afternoons, Thursday and Friday mornings, and some Saturdays.
Writing Flash Fiction with Sheila Bender
Shapes of Stories with Waverly Fitzgerald
Fiction Primer: An Introduction to Five Elements of Creative Fiction with Louise Marley
Breaking Form: Alchemies in Essay Structure with Melissa Febos
Point of View: The Clueless Narrator with Kathleen Alcala
Essays That Connect: Writing About Animals and Emotion with Leigh Calvez
Memoir Shape and Structure with Anna Quinn
Novels in Progress Workshop with Louise Marley
The Ongoing Poetry Workshop with Gary Copeland Lilley
Extraordinary Language 2: The Body of the Poem or Experiments with Poetic Form with Brigid Yuknavitch
Novel in Progress: A critique workshop to help beginners revise and finish their novels with Kathryn Wadsworth
Hugo House Winter 2016 Class Lineup
PLEASE NOTE that all classes will take place at our temporary space on First Hill:
Hugo House: Your best source for writing classes in Seattle.
New! Early Bird Pricing December 5 through December 19:
Early bird pricing will automatically apply at checkout.
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