Tell Yours Today
Through in-class exercises and discussions, students will leave with a plan to begin tackling research and reporting for their own projects.
In this class, we’ll be going over ways of studying and revising short and long fiction, specifically using frameworks of care and conflict to write a revision plan and letter for ourselves and the stories that compel us.
Come explore elements that live at the heart of fiction, non-fiction and poetry in this eight-session introduction to creative writing.
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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.
One of our main goals is building a community where writers and literary folks can come together to learn, share, and grow in the creative arts.
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Ultimately, StoryStudio Chicago’s teachings and empowering methods of inquiry led me to finish my first novel of the Rise series.
The first time I went to StoryStudio was for a write-in. I loved that the space felt like an apartment—the creak of the wood floors, the ambient bubbling of a kettle, deep couches, warm lights. Though it attracts talented, accomplished writers, there’s nothing intimidating about the space, and that sense of warmth and community is…
While writing itself is a deeply solitary endeavor, I came to realize that the support of other writers during the writing process was invaluable and, indeed, exactly what I had been missing since finishing my MFA.