Tucson teachers Lela Scott MacNeil and I will be online for a free writing class this Thursday at 6:30 p.m. to provide a writing exercise, explain The Writers Studio method, and discuss how our program can support your personal writing goals.
This summer 2020, I'm teaching both a Tucson Workshop and "Crafting Fantastic & Imaginative Worlds", reading a lot of speculative poetry, and writing.
In addition to my usual 8-week Writers Studio Tucson Workshop, I'm bringing back my popular online "Crafting Fantastic and Imaginative Worlds" workshop for poets and writers of science fiction, fantasy, and horror!
I'm joining the other Writers Studio Tucson teachers at Antigone Books for a public reading from our latest works that focus on "the unusual, the dark, and the unreal."
I'm preparing lesson plans and writing new exercises for two fall workshops at the Writers Studio.
I'm currently preparing lesson plans and writing lessons for two summer 2019 workshops.
I'm teaching a new 6-week workshop titled "Crafting Fantastic & Imaginative Worlds" and it uses The Writers Studio method of persona writing and critiquing. It begins Saturday, July 27, 2019.
Two options for the beginning level writing workshop: Saturday morning with me and Wednesday evenings with Lela Scott MacNeil.
I’m now a writing instructor at the Writers Studio in Tucson, Arizona and I’ll be teaching an 8-week introductory workshop in fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction beginning Saturday, April 20th!
📚 I participated in a fantastic craft class today with Alice Hatcher, author of The Wonder That Was Ours. She was interviewed by Reneé Bibby, Director of the Writers Studio Tucson, and local students in the Master and Advanced workshops.
Last Friday, two other writers and I from the Writers Studio Tucson had the singular opportunity to read our fiction and poetry that we wrote in response to a spooky prompt by guest judge Ted McLoof for the third annual "Write-to-Read" contest: "Three people wake up in a room. They have no idea how they … Continue reading Appearance Wrap-Up: “Room: A Literary Reading” at Antigone Books