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.
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 master class, Emil Ferris (acclaimed author of My Favorite Thing is Monsters) will lead students through an exploration of symbols and hidden pictures and unpack how to incorporate them into your own narrative writing.
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.
In this PJ seminar, we’ll talk about writing a memoir in essays, and we’ll explore how to characterize the self and write about others who you may or may not want a relationship with once the book is done.
In this seminar, editor and educator Anitra Budd will give a whirlwind tour of traditional publishing.
In this six-week course you will focus on the crucial elements to writing your middle-grade novel.
Learn how to turn your story into something on the screen – and learn the difference between the different formats!
This workshop examines the intersections of memory and research in crafting memoir and personal essays.
Tara Betts will lead participants on a journey that explores the dimensions and depths of writing about an artist’s work. You will explore poetry as well as essays and lyrical prose.
Spiritual memoir can be defined as a really big search that has something to teach, redeem, reveal or heal. But it may also touch on something mystical or unknowable.