Not only do we need to make our ideas move across the page, but we also need to make people move in scenes.
We have a wide variety of classes and programs to choose from, so whether you’re just beginning, or you’ve been writing for a while, we have something for you.
In this generative class, participants will be given prompts with which to generate micro-essays and fragments.
Ridiculous times call for ridiculous responses.
The Pajama Seminars – Looking for a Mind at Work: Telling and Showing in Narrative Prose with Kate Harding
“Show, don’t tell” is one of the most commonly offered pieces of writing advice, but it’s not necessarily the best approach for every story or essay.
Revision is about how to locate the energy in our drafts and deepen it.
The Pajama Seminars – Do Leave Them Hanging: Why Suspense is Critical in Any Fiction And How To Create It with Anna Solomon
This session will explore the critical role suspense plays in any fiction and help reframe our notions of what constitutes and creates suspense.
Sentences are the vehicle of our stories, our characters, our themes, but as fiction writers we seldom get to talk about the details of what makes a good sentence.
This class will include practical advice as well as three targeted exercises designed to jumpstart your writing.
WE’RE SORRY, THIS CLASS IS SOLD OUT. You can put your name on the waitlist in case a spot opens up.
We’ll explore how to create fully three-dimensional characters using a twofold approach, striving for both technical mastery and deep emotional generosity.