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Master Workshop with T. Greenwood

Date: Starts Feb 2017 Time: 5:30pm to 7:30pm Number of sessions: Weekly Members: $300 month Nonmembers:  Location: 5111 Santa Fe St, Ste 219. San Diego, CA 92109

A unique opportunity to work in a small and focused group of novelists, lead by award-winning and international best-selling novelist, T. Greenwood (Where I Lost Her, Two Rivers, and Bodies of Water).

This group will be limited to three to four participants who will be selected via an application process. The group will meet weekly to workshop novels-in-progress, 25 pages per participant per week. Each participant is expected to read and respond to all excerpts.

If you are interested in joining:

Application sent to

  • Please submit a cover letter in which you describe your project, your background, and your writing goals.
  • Attach to this a 10-page excerpt from your novel (dbl spaced).
  • Please note your availability/preference for either Tuesday or Thursday evenings from 5:30-7:30. (The day will be determined based on participant availability. The workshop will be held at WordsAlive.)

The monthly tuition is $300. Tuition must be paid regardless of the number of sessions attended, and students must provide one-month notice before terminating their membership. (NOTE for Novel Certificate participants: 3 months membership may be done in lieu of editorial review for Advanced Novel Certificate requirement.)

Note: You need not have a complete manuscript to participate.

T. Greenwood‘s eleven novels have sold over 250,000 copies. She has received grants from the Sherwood Anderson Foundation, Christopher Isherwood Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, and the Maryland State Arts Council. Her novel Bodies of Water was a 2014 Lambda Literary Awards Finalist; Two Rivers, Grace, and Where I Lost Her were each named Best General Fiction Book at the San Diego Book Awards, and Where I Lost Her was a Globe and Mail bestseller in 2016. Her twelfth novel, Rust & Stardust — a fictional rendering of the true crime which inspired Nabokov’s Lolita, will be published in August 2018. Greenwood teaches creative writing at San Diego Writers, Ink and online for The Writer’s Center. She lives with her husband and two daughters in San Diego, CA. More information can be found at and


If you are enrolled in this group, you may pay here. (Note: ignore “free event” at start of registration. It will ask you at end if you are paying for 1 month or more and give you the total then).