Writer's Workshop (In Person Only)

OSH 382 / Non Credit
Course taught in: English
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Course Description:  This informal workshop helps you create and share first-person, non-fiction, or fictional pieces. You will learn writing tips and read your work aloud in a supportive communal setting. We offer ideas on how to improve each piece in a supportive, constructive, safe environment. It has been shown that many writers learn more from workshop discussion of each others' pieces than in a formal creative writing class setting.  Each week, two students submit a piece to class members for discussion and questions. Additionally, the instructor edits each piece and covers common topics such as confronting writer’s block; bringing characters to life; developing a plot, creating a family memoir and editing one’s own work.

Text: The Writing Life: Writers on How They Think and Work, ed. Marie Arana.

 

Instructor: Ms. Jeannie DeQuine

 

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This course is available as part of the following:

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Courses
These courses are available either in-person only, via Zoom only or hybrid (either in-person or via Zoom). Please note the modality of each class. Membership is required.

OLLI 2023-2024 Membership is required to take this course and will be added to your cart upon enrollment. If you already have purchased a membership, you will not be charged for this membership.
OLLI 2023-2024 Membership Added to cart upon enrollment.
Starts: 8/1/2023 Ends: 7/31/2024
$55