Adult writing classes, workshops, and masters classes for writers of all levels and interests.
UPCOMING CLASSES & WORKSHOPS
Teacher Talks -The Book Club
A reading and discussion group for writing instructors and enthusiasts.
Sci-Fi Fantasy Weekend with Nina Kiriki Hoffman
We will adventure forth in both the real and virtual worlds for this year’s Sci-Fi Fantasy Weekend with Nina Kiriki Hoffman!
“Our Stories” with the NAACP
The community, Wordcrafters, and the NAACP are happy to present a new community storytelling program, “Our Stories.” Over the course of a year, we’ll explore topics by theme marked by an ancient proverb.
Tales in the Mail
Dust off your manuscripts, bring your query letters, and get ready to send your work out into the world with our summer quarterly member event!
Beyond Reality: Poetry Inspired by Surrealist Art
Write ekphrastic poems in response to Surrealist art in this poetry workshop with Erica Goss.
Come Play Story
Want to write? Have trouble writing fast enough? Stuck on “the” story and not able to start “a” story? Come play story with Wordcrafters and Eric Witchey at our spring quarterly member event!
Character IS Conflict
Join Eric Witchey in March and learn how behavior is character psychology manifests through opposing agendas.
Six-layered Classic Scenes
Join Eric Witchey in April to gain insights into scene development as well as tools to create emotionally powerful reader-based scenes.
Ask the Author with Eric Witchey
Join Eric Witchey for an exploration of Fiction Fluency and general writing-related questions in this Ask the Author Session.
The Mystery of Voice through Focus on the Character’s Moment
Join Eric Witchey in May for exercises in character perception, voice, and attitude.
Decisions and Actions Reveal Character
Join Eric Witchey in June to explore the relationship between character decisions, character psychology, and backstory.
Computer-based Production and Revision Skills
Join Eric Witchey in July to learn how to edit your manuscript and organize your files using the software you already have.
Create Is a Verb
Join Eric Witchey in August to learn tips, trips, and brain hacks for when writer’s block comes calling.