Five Tuesdays, April 14-May 12, 7-9:30 p.m.
$185 members/$215 non-members Berkeley
Note: This class, as well as the “Exploring Creative Nonfiction” class, are both good general “exploration” classes. Neither focuses on just one genre; instead, they introduce you to a sampling of different genres and/or sub-genres.
Chekhov said that writing should “hit the reader on the snout.” A metaphor, sure, but fantastic advice for apprentice writers: a reminder that art needs a unique, compelling personality. In this class, students will nibble on appetizers from all the major genres—fiction, creative nonfiction, memoir, poetry, and others.
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