In this generative class, participants will be given prompts with which to generate micro-essays and fragments.
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.
There are eight essential elements that, used as a checklist, can provide great insight for final revisions for an essay.
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.
This class will include practical advice as well as three targeted exercises designed to jumpstart your writing.
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In this single-session, the Chicago Review of Books Executive Editor, Todd Van Luling, will highlight unexpected physical and digital tools to enhance the quality of your writing.
In this class, we’ll discuss a range of practical accountability strategies, all designed to help you do the work you want to do.
On Revolution, Resistance, and Preventing the End of the World
This workshop examines the personal essay as a contribution to a greater cultural dialogue, digging into a myriad of forms including memoir, criticism, investigation, reflection, and the delicious and often messy ways that writers have blurred those lines between them.