You may be wondering which fiction class would be right for you this summer. Let us help!
If you're an enthusiastic, serious beginner or an experienced short story writer or novelist who wants to broaden and deepen their craft, Tools for Writing Fiction with Laura Warrell would be an excellent class for you, starting July 18 in Culver City.
If you’d like to fictionalize events from your life in a short story or novel, Kim Young can help with her class Translating Experience Into Art—A Generative Multi-Genre Workshop, starting July 24 in Eagle Rock.
If you’re about to begin a novel or want the novel you’re working on to get off to an irresistible start, we’d recommend Francesca Lia Block’s workshop The First Chapter of Your Novel, starting July 17 in Culver City.
If you have a novel you want to rework or finish with the help of screenwriting tools, we’d suggest Christopher DeWan’s two-day seminar Shaping Your Story—How a Screenwriter’s Toolkit Can Help You Finish (or Start) Your Book on July 28 and August 4 in Pasadena.
If you’d like to explore the use of voice in your fiction, Seth Fischer’s six-week workshop Voices Carry—How to Master the Use of Voice in Your Prose would be a great choice, starting August 8 in Chinatown.
If you’d prefer a fiction class online, you might want to take Margaret Wappler’s seminar Flash Fiction on July 14 and 21.
If horror is your thing, Chris Daley will be offering one-day seminar Strange Conflict—Writing Horror Fiction on August 18 in Los Feliz.
If you’re sorry you missed out on Rachel M. Harper’s Work in Progress: Novel class, we’d suggest joining the waitlist as there’s a strong possibility of a second section happening with Kate Maruyama.
Feel free to contact us at email@example.com if you’d like any additional guidance. See you in class!