This club offers a safe space for young adults who enjoy writing and sharing work with others. Participants will engage in fun, generative writing exercises while cultivating a creative community with fellow peers.
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.
Over the course of eight weeks, youth students will generate science fiction and fantasy pieces and workshop them with the help of their peers.
Are you writing about historical events or people in your fiction, creative non-fiction, or poetry? Explore how to write with integrity and joy about the past.
We’ll explore a wide-ranging survey of styles at use in contemporary fiction, paying special attention to sentence construction, syntactical possibilities, and acoustic effects.
Pacing. It’s the invisible thread that holds a story together, and it can make the difference between a book you can’t put down and one that loses your interest.
In this course, award-winning novelist Eric Charles May will discuss and present strategies and examples, from an array of genres, for getting effective imagery—from the concise to the elaborate—on the page to engage and enchant your readers.
Most fiction writers, from the literary to the fantastical, use research to further their writing. The more you know about the world, people and time you create on the page the more that you can imbue your fiction with meaning and verisimilitude.
In this class we’ll talk about how to take a critical eye to our own work and make a first draft into a second draft, with the goal of making a second into a third, and eventually a final manuscript.
There is a craft to writing comedy and if you have the ability to analyze and the willingness to take small risks, you can learn how to infuse your work with humor.