“Creativity does not stop because we must shelter in place. In fact, it becomes more important than ever. It seems that the corrosion virus has gotten into and eroded everything in our lives, yet we persist. We writers have the duty of creating stories that make sense of human existence in trying times, and part of our task is to write stories that heal. Whether we work on a flash story that is read on a phone by an exhausted nurse during a five-minute break or a novel or novella read by a celebrity online to thousands who are sheltering in place and craving contact outside the walls of their lives, we continue to imagine, create, and provide story.”
ATTEND ERIC’S CLASS FROM ANYWHERE!
The 12 Fiction Fluency sessions go online to a Zoom classroom in April.
Award-winning Author Eric Witchey will still teach his powerful, usable techniques from the Wordcrafters facility in Eugene, Oregon, but the classes will be open to anyone who can use Zoom.
HOW IT WILL WORK:
The virtual classroom will require a little adjustment to material, so registration will end five days before class begins. (Register by Monday, April 13 for the April Seminar.)
Physical books for each class will be mailed to participants.
Virtual materials and shared content will be presented during class.
One or two days before each class, we will do an evening, one-hour orientation to make sure everyone is able to connect and is comfortable with the tools we will use.