Happily Ever Afters in Fiction: How to Write Romantic Sub-Plots

Sat, January 8 @ 2:00 pm - Sat, January 22 @ 4:30 pm PST
Online (BK Zoom), Online
Live Remote Meetings, ZOOM
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$195.00

"In this online class, we will explore how romantic sub-plots can be used in stories outside of the romance genre to hook more readers and deepen their emotional investment in your fiction," says instructor Kilby Blades

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Intro to Creative Writing: Fun with the Fundamentals

Sun, January 9 @ 10:30 am - Sun, February 6 @ 1:00 pm PST
Online (BK Zoom), Online
Live Remote Meetings, ZOOM
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$310.00

In this class, instructor Elaine Beale leads a series of sessions designed to teach participants about the key elements of creative writing craft. It touches on fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and memoir so you get a chance to explore all these genres in one class

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The Five S’s: An Intro to Writing Poetry

Sun, January 9 @ 10:30 am - Sun, February 6 @ 1:00 pm PST
Online (SF Zoom), Online
Live Remote Meetings, ZOOM
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$310.00

“What makes a poem powerful? What makes a poem effective?” asks instructor Thea Matthews. “In this introductory course we will focus on Five S’s to enhance our approach to writing poetry

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Creative Nonfiction Master Class

Sun, January 9 @ 2:00 pm - Sun, March 6 @ 4:30 pm PST
Online (BK Zoom), Online
Live Remote Meetings, ZOOM
$565.00

This master class provides a “literary laboratory” for experienced nonfiction writers to workshop their writing, advance their craft, delve deeply into their themes, take risks, and tackle the all-important revision process

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Script Writing from the Inside Out: Writing Stories for Stage and Screen

Sun, January 9 @ 2:00 pm - Sun, February 6 @ 4:30 pm PST
Online (SF Zoom), Online
Live Remote Meetings, ZOOM
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$310.00

“Writing plays and screenplays is a form of storytelling that merges poetry and engineering,” says instructor Jessica Litwak. “We create poetry with the specific impediments, accents, rhythms, and cadences in the voices of our characters. We engineer our stories with structural foundations, dramatic arcs, scenes

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Creative Practice: Cultivating a Writing Routine That Works for You

Mon, January 10 @ 6:30 pm - Mon, February 7 @ 9:00 pm PST
Online (BK Zoom), Online
Live Remote Meetings, ZOOM
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$310.00

“Writing is a way to engage deeply and meaningfully with the world so that life does not just simply pass us by,” says Shelby Hinte. “Writing is a way to linger and dissect the moments that might otherwise evade us. But as busy adults, how do we find time to write

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Short Story 1-2-3: Writing Fiction That Packs a Punch

Mon, January 10 @ 6:30 pm - Mon, March 7 @ 9:00 pm PST
Online (SF Zoom), Online
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$495.00

“Ever since I began writing, I’ve been fascinated by the short story form,” Jennifer Lewis says. “You can read a short story from beginning to end in one sitting. I love the immediacy and resolve, the feeling of completion with an economy of words

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Poetry Generation Intensive

Tue, January 11 @ 6:30 pm - Tue, February 22 @ 9:00 pm PST
Online (BK Zoom), Online
Live Remote Meetings, ZOOM
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$360.00

In this class, students will explore multiple techniques for generating new poems, and for drawing possibilities for new work from our own and others’ existing poems

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To Make a Long Story Short: Efficient, Effective Editing

Tue, January 11 @ 6:30 pm - Tue, January 25 @ 9:00 pm PST
Online (SF Zoom), Online
Live Remote Meetings, ZOOM
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$195.00

In this online class, David will offer tips and tricks to edit and revise your prose. His focus is non-fiction, though the principles taught in class also apply to business communications, e-mail, and other forms. By the end of three weeks, you will leave class with the tools to tighten your writing and perhaps a polished piece of 500-3,000 words

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Writing Genre Fiction: The Same, But Different

Wed, January 12 @ 6:30 pm - Wed, January 26 @ 9:00 pm PST
Online (BK Zoom), Online
Live Remote Meetings, ZOOM
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$195.00

“Genre fiction includes many types of books: sci-fi, mystery, horror, romance,” says instructor Kilby Blades. “All of these books carry one commonality: readers know how they will end. In fact, readers choose genre fiction in order to be taken on exciting, predictable journeys

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