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.
This course is designed especially for emerging fiction and non-fiction writers who have to pursue their literary projects on lunch breaks o... More »
This course analyzes popular sci-fi, fantasy, superhero and dystopian screen favorites to discover what makes them tick. Then we use these t... More »
Explore the basics of writing for the stage. In this course we'll examine the craft of playwriting through a variety of in-class writing exe... More »
Have you ever thought Spiderman might be bored with his job? Or that Gretel may have lost Hansel in the woods and still be searching? In thi... 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 »
This course offers insight into the particular demands of the science fiction and fantasy genres from worldbuilding to magic & technology to... More »
We recall our pasts in fragments, so how can we turn random memories into structured narrative? We'll first analyze the works of writers an... 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 »
Is your cat really an alien collecting information to beam back to his ship? Are you actually famous, but you’re living in disguise so you... More »
Marvin Whickpucket and Ilandra have been eating waffles and jumping through space-time portals for 12 chapters, but nothing seems to be happ... More »
Marvin Whickpucket refuses to behave. When you want him to defeat the evil Onchnu, he won’t. Instead, he sits on the couch, surfs cable an... More »
Want targeted, one-on-one assistance with your writing? If you are working on a writing project or a book for either professional or person... More »
This is an intensive eight-session writing class. Each student is expected to write approximately 2,000 – 7,000 words a week and produce ... 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. . .