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April 2020

5 Week Class: Write It Short

Want to write but think you don't have time? In this course, participants will explore a sampler of short forms: flash fiction, short stories, poetry, personal essays and nonfiction articles. They will focus on how to be pithy and how to introduce all the needed story elements in a limited space - and get ideas on where/how to sell the finished projects. They will build a small body of short work throughout the course, and will have the opportunity to have pages critiqued each week. ...
13 Apr
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
UTA Continuing Education

5 Week Class: Focus on Genre: YA and Children’s Fiction

Get ready to write for kids and/or teens, some of our most demanding yet voracious readers. Learn how publishers divide Children's and YA books according to age and content, and how to created characters and plotlines that will resonate with readers at each of those different ages. Students will have the opportunity to have samples of their work critiqued each week. Prerequisites are either Beginner's Fiction, Novel Writing: Level I, or some experience with basic fiction writing techniques. ...
13 Apr
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
UTA Continuing Education

5 Week Class: Novel Writing: Level 3 – Scene Types

Are you ready to take your novel writing skills to the next level? In this course, participants will learn how to handle four different types of scenes: action scenes, relationship scenes, humorous scenes and "twister" scenes. We will cap the course with a session on how to properly construct a scene. Participants will have the oppotunity to have samples of their work critiqued each week. ...
13 Apr
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
UTA Continuing Education

Saturday Night Write

Saturday Night Write meets on the third Saturday of each month to provide instruction and encouragement to writers in the community surrounding UT Arlington (and anyone else who wants to drive out to meet up with us).  Our discussion leader presents a structured topic and background research to spark interactive participation, focusing on various aspects of craft.  Everyone is welcome to join us for these FREE events. ...
18 Apr
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Flying Fish

5 Week Class: Write It Short

Want to write but think you don't have time? In this course, participants will explore a sampler of short forms: flash fiction, short stories, poetry, personal essays and nonfiction articles. They will focus on how to be pithy and how to introduce all the needed story elements in a limited space - and get ideas on where/how to sell the finished projects. They will build a small body of short work throughout the course, and will have the opportunity to have pages critiqued each week. ...
20 Apr
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
UTA Continuing Education

5 Week Class: Focus on Genre: YA and Children’s Fiction

Get ready to write for kids and/or teens, some of our most demanding yet voracious readers. Learn how publishers divide Children's and YA books according to age and content, and how to created characters and plotlines that will resonate with readers at each of those different ages. Students will have the opportunity to have samples of their work critiqued each week. Prerequisites are either Beginner's Fiction, Novel Writing: Level I, or some experience with basic fiction writing techniques. ...
20 Apr
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
UTA Continuing Education

5 Week Class: Novel Writing: Level 3 – Scene Types

Are you ready to take your novel writing skills to the next level? In this course, participants will learn how to handle four different types of scenes: action scenes, relationship scenes, humorous scenes and "twister" scenes. We will cap the course with a session on how to properly construct a scene. Participants will have the oppotunity to have samples of their work critiqued each week. ...
20 Apr
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
UTA Continuing Education

The 2020 Seattle Writing Workshop

This writing event is a wonderful opportunity to get intense instruction over the course of one day, pitch a literary agent or editor (optional), get your questions answered, and more. Note that there are limited seats at the event (250 total). All questions about the event regarding schedule, details and registration are answered below. Thank you for your interest in the 2020 Seattle Writing Workshop! ...
25 Apr
8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle Bellevue

Indie Chocolate: Book Club

Join the Chocolate Maker of Pike Place Market, indi chocolate, and authors Amber and Jake Royer for an evening of fun, prizes and chocolate. ...
28 Apr
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Indie Chocolate
May 2020

5 Week Class: Write It Short

Want to write but think you don't have time? In this course, participants will explore a sampler of short forms: flash fiction, short stories, poetry, personal essays and nonfiction articles. They will focus on how to be pithy and how to introduce all the needed story elements in a limited space - and get ideas on where/how to sell the finished projects. They will build a small body of short work throughout the course, and will have the opportunity to have pages critiqued each week. ...
04 May
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
UTA Continuing Education

5 Week Class: Focus on Genre: YA and Children’s Fiction

Get ready to write for kids and/or teens, some of our most demanding yet voracious readers. Learn how publishers divide Children's and YA books according to age and content, and how to created characters and plotlines that will resonate with readers at each of those different ages. Students will have the opportunity to have samples of their work critiqued each week. Prerequisites are either Beginner's Fiction, Novel Writing: Level I, or some experience with basic fiction writing techniques. ...
04 May
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
UTA Continuing Education
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