Canceled: Amy Wallen teaches Panning for Gold: Write, Read, Critique, Repeat
*Registration has closed however, there are still available spots. Please email email@example.com if you are interested in attending this class.
Panning for Gold.
One month workshop to pan for, then polish your writing. The first and third nights will be spent on digging-deep timed writing exercises with the intention of spurning new and raw ideas for both work in progress, and to see what other alloys may be mined from your pen. But you don’t want to just take home that notebook filled with fresh ideas and stick it on the shelf, so the second and fourth nights will be spent critiquing work you’ve polished during the intervening week. This intensive workshop will lead you to new places and help you brush the dust off any work that wants to be brought back out into the light. All levels are welcome.
Amy Wallen, author of Los Angeles Times bestselling novel, MoonPies and Movie Stars is a summer writer-in-residence at New York State Writers Institute, and a contributing book reviewer for the Los Angeles Times and other national magazines. Her essays have been published in Country Living, The Writer, Huffington Post and upcoming in The Normal School literary anthology. She lectures and teaches creative writing across the country, including the UCSD and UCLA Extensions, and private workshops. Amy is also the creator of Savory Salons, literary salons with pie.