Tell Yours Today
Migration is at the heart of the American national ethos. In this four-week class led by author Dipika Mukherjee, you will write your own short fiction on this theme, guided by relevant literary examples and craft discussion.
A writer’s first job is to make a reader want to turn page after page after page – and that begins, most importantly, with Page One.
How do writers fold ordinary life into fiction without making it seem too… ordinary? This class will focus on the ways in which quotidian experience can enrich fiction and give…
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We’re excited to announce the 2022 Festival! The dates are October 1 – 2, 2022, located at the Center on Halsted. Early-bird Registration will end July 6. Join us for the 5th…
We offer classes for writers to hone their craft, express their creativity, and communicate with confidence.
Stories Matter Foundation
StoryStudio is part of this 501(c)3 charitable nonprofit and community of storytellers. We aim to change worlds using the power of story.
With classes covering a wide variety of topics, genres, and levels, there is truly something for everyone at StoryStudio.
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Jeremy Owens is a writer, performer, and teacher of an upcoming multi-week class called “June is Not Enough: Queer Nonfiction Writing” which starts next week, August 17. We were lucky…
At October’s Writers Festival, StoryStudio instructor and all-around amazing human Dionna Griffin-Irons will be teaching a session in the Nonfiction cohort titled “Cracking the Truth Code in our Personal Stories.” We recently talked with…
At October’s Writers Festival, writer Meghan Lamb will be teaching a session in the Open-Genre cohort titled “Narrative Lists.” We love this idea for a session and recently caught up with Meghan to ask her about why writers…