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.
This Intermediate Workshop will focus on the variety of voices poets and poetry can hold. It is designed to help the students better understand their own voice and aesthetic, through reading, and discussion.
You don’t need 100,000 Twitter followers to be a successful writer, but establishing your expertise online and making meaningful connections can open exciting doors in your career.
Students will learn the fundamentals of playwriting through writing scenes for each class session, followed by a 10-minute play which will be workshopped and revised.
In this class we will examine characters that invite perception, and we’ll put what we learn to practice through writing exercises.
PJ Seminar: Master Class on Taking the Ideas in Your Head to the Halls of Publishing with Rakesh Satyal
Explore how to take into consideration the professional backdrop of publishing while still finding joy in the act of writing.
We will discuss building a foundation for your food story, creating a work plan, common mistakes, story arcs and how to go about researching and creating your own food memoir.
In this PJ Seminar, we will talk about how we can look at the world around us and use its flaws to inform the lives of our characters and generate fiction with the power of truth.
Building imaginary worlds from the raw material of the real isn’t just a matter of research; it’s training your eye and ear to think like a writer, and learning to see your novel or your story come alive in the world around you.