Classes: Fiction

You can see our complete list of classes on our Classes and Workshops page.  The classes below have been categorized as focusing on writing fiction; they will help you write a novel or other fiction story.

 

2017-08/23 Short Stories: Structure and Suspense with Cornelia Feye

NEW START DATE “It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.” George Orwell, 1984 With the help of famous…

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2017-08/26 Flash Fiction with Lisa Kessler

Short stories are an important part of your craft toolbox. Lisa Kessler will cover the basics of short story writing and flash fiction. We’ll study…

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2017-08/27 Point of View with Mona de Vestel

Are you writing your story through the eyes of God, or are you crafting it from the confines of a serial killer’s mind? Mastering the craft of…

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2017-08/29 How to Start a Novel with Jennifer Lane

NEW DATE AND TIME!  Facing down the blank page is often the most difficult part of writing a novel. In this 3-week workshop, we will go over methods…

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2017-09/03 Street Talk: Crafting Moody Dialog for Genre Stories with Matt Phillips

This two-hour course will help genre writers craft moody dialog for stories of crime, mystery, and mayhem. We'll also discuss strategies for…

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2017-09/08 to 09/10 Fall for Writing Conference

REGISTRATION OPEN:  purchase pre-registration tickets for whole event (excluding special pitch/consult sessions) using buttons above (you will be…

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2017-09/16 Tell Me a Story—Using the Techniques of Fiction to Craft a Compelling Memoir with Judy Reeves

When we say, “tell me a story,” what we really mean is transport me to another place and time where something interesting—maybe even…

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2017-09/30 Make Your Book Talk with Tamara Merrill

Well written dialogue will make your characters come alive. It will move your story forward, advancing your plot in a natural flow. Participating in…

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2017-10/21 Novel V: Revising the Novel with T. Greenwood

So you’ve finished writing your novel — what next? What do published novelists do between that raw first draft and the final manuscript to make…

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