Do you want to write children’s books, novels, nonfiction, screenplays, or memoirs? Come discover your writing niche and find your personal writing style in our literary arts classes.
Classes also available for teen writers.
Recall and write your life experiences. Explore the challenges involved, resources available and learn some valuable tools to help you devel... More »
What do editors of fiction do, exactly, and how do they do it? This is a very specific skill, which involves much more than simply technica... More »
Many successful writers produce clumsy prose in a first draft but they know how to revise it into brilliance. Join this class to acquire th... More »
The great American novel, the romance potboiler, and the six-volumn fantasy epic have more in common than you might think. In this class, we... More »
Unlock your natural literary voice, and see what it has to say. You will be surprised! We all have a spark of native genius. We sense it d... More »
How do you make your characters live through what they say and how they say it? In this class, The New York Times best-selling author and ve... More »
Do you have a completed draft novel? Wondering what to do next? This class walks writers through the novel revision process. In-class exerci... More »
Have you always wanted to write for kids? When you try, do you run into ogres, trolls, and wicked stepmothers? (otherwise known as writer's ... More »
In this course, The New York Times best-selling author and veteran editor Philip Athans, gets into some seriously detailed techniques for cr... More »
“Photography is such a democratic art form, everyone’s shooting with some kind of camera, and everybody can use more training. Whereas some people will never paint with oil, watercolor, or acrylic, we’re all photographers." Read more. . .