January 21, 9 AM-Noon
THE STAKES MUST ALWAYS BE DEATH: How to Start Your Story and Keep the Pages Turning. by Maureen McQuerryWrite on the River January Workshop
Wenatchee Valley College, 1300 Fifth Street, Wenatchee, WA
Come join us in Wenatchi Hall for our January Workshop! The Workshop will include what makes a story work, questions to get you started, a bit about tension and story structure and a first pages checklist. It will also include a first pages exercise. Please bring your work in progress if possible.
Members Price: $15
Interested? Register here.
WRITE in 2017 with Village Books & Chuckanut Writers
Part Wild Workshop: An Intuitive Approach to Story Structure with Deb Norton
Part Wild: Unthinky, Gut-Instincty Character Development with Deb Norton
Found Poetry with Nancy Canyon
Keeping an Illustrated Journal with Nancy Canyon
Themes and Variations in Fiction with Roby Blecker
Getting There from Here: Beginnings, Middles, and Ends with Roby Blecker
Turn Your NaNoWriMo Project Into a Completed Piece with Oona Cava
Bootcamp for Writing Compelling Narrative Fiction with Micky Neilson
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.
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
Writing in Response to Our Times with Sarah Zale and Gina Marie Mammano
Hugo House Winter 2016/2017 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.
Wednesdays, January 18 - February 22, 1:30-3:30 PM
Creative Writing Workshop with E.C. Murray
This class will be a springboard for writing projects including non-fiction, fiction, or family history. Learn the basics of how to write stories that tap your creativity and resonate with others. Fun discussion, practice exercises, and in-class writing time. 6 sessions. Class #: 6169.
Tacoma Community College, Gig Harbor. Call (253) 460-2424 for more information.
March 18, 9 AM-5:30 PM
Master Your Story, Write Your Book with A.C. Fuller
Need inspiration for taking your writing to the next level? Whether you are finishing a first draft or looking for inspiration to get through your next chapter, Gamble Creek Studio invites you to join us for an intimate, daylong workshop with A.C. Fuller. The day incudes a crash-course in story structure and character arc and personalized help in applying it to your own story during hands-on outlining and plotting. Finally, he’ll share his insights on work and family life, procrastination and the inner critic to help you continue the work when you get home.
$125 per person includes:
July 24-28 and July 31-Aug 4, 2017
SAL presents: Camp WITS (Writers in the Schools) Writers in the Summer
Early Birds, Register Now for Camp WITS 2017!
Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Camp WITS: Writers in the Summer returns for a second year of fun-filled creative writing featuring comics, fiction, poetry, and spoken word. This year, camp will include two, one-week sessions held from 9:00-3:30 at The Center School in the Armory of the Seattle Center. Each day will include on-site guided writing time and field trips to the many art, park, and urban offerings surrounding Seattle Center! Taught by accomplished WITS Writers-in-Residence, youth will learn new ways to express their authentic voices while finding fun and joy in the writing process. Campers will make new friends and become part of a community of young writers from across the city. Camp concludes with celebratory readings open to family and friends.Camp WITS is open to all experience levels and abilities, from new to seasoned writers. Sessions are limited to 20 students each.
See you this summer!
Register by February 20, 2017 and receive a special early bird discount!
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