In this 3-hour workshop with author and trauma specialist Katherine Standefer, learn how the physiological processes of trauma and shame interact with a writing process.
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 class, we’ll navigate the pros and cons of all your options so that you can determine the most beneficial path in guiding your novel from manuscript to published book.
PJ Seminar: A Master Class on Writing What You Know: Using Autobiography in Fiction with Nina McConigley
In this craft class, we’ll talk about how to take real life experience and fictionalize it.
How do our sentences and scenes intuitively move? How does one “formalize magic,” anyway?
This class will help writers to see setting as an additional “character” in their piece and examine the methods a writer can employ to make the world feel accurate, rich, and compelling
This craft talk will discuss the bivalve heart of the story that unifies all of these elements—world building, plot, character, and theme.
In this six-week course you will focus on the crucial elements to writing your middle-grade novel.
In this PJ seminar, we will discuss writing across genre and how to play with form.