Here's what we have so far, but we'll be sure to update this schedule as soon as more classes arise. And remember, independent studies with our professors are offered on an ongoing basis! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Non-Fiction: Though we must cancel the formal class set to begin on 1/19, Molly Boyle will be available by contract for individual editorial consultations and jobs at email@example.com. She handles creative non-fiction and mystery fiction manuscripts.
Flash Fiction: In China, they're called "smokelongs" and are read on cell phone screens; Ireland published one on a stamp; in America they're split into even smaller categories like hint fiction, nano, short-shorts and twitter fiction. Fiction of less than 1000 words, generally labeled Flash Fiction, is a growing literary force recognized all over the world. Join short fiction writer and teacher Austin Eichelberger for an 8-week Flash Fiction Course. This is for all levels of writers.
Class begins 3/24 at 7:00pm.
Fiction Boot Camp: Boot Camp is a 4-week fiction class in which you write one story and start a revision. The first two weeks will be spent discussing literature, craft, and completing exercises. The following two will be workshop.
Fiction Boot Camp begins 3/25 at 7:00pm.
Publishing Boot Camp: Publishing Boot Camp is a 4-week fiction class in which you workshop one story/essay/group of poems and start a revision with the intent of publishing it. The first two weeks will be spent discussing the publication process, finding publishing venues and resources, and constructing materials like cover letters. The following weeks will consist of workshop and sending out work.
Publishing Boot Camp begins 4/22 at 7:00pm.