Fiction Fluency Seminars with Eric Witchey

fiction fluency

Write deeper, write faster, write better. Discover how readers internalize story in heart and mind with Eric Witchey’s Fiction Fluency Seminars. Register now!

Why Fiction Fluency?

Being fluent in fiction means internalizing story structure to the point that you can express emotions and repeat success patterns intuitively–it’s a naturalization of story structure . 

Eric Witchey’s Fiction Fluency Seminars combine practical experience with linguistic and cognitive science research on how readers internalize story in heart and mind. The seminars give you practicable, executable skills for creation, analysis, and revision of short stories and novelsThe series begins with the foundation of habits, and each class layers on a new level of complexity and control that help you acquire skills to create professional-level short, shorts; short stories, novelettes, novellas, novels in any genre.

Class sizes are limited.

Take one or take them all!

Members $249
Nonmembers $279
Prices per seminar

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About Eric Witchey

Award-winning writer Eric Witchey’s background in theoretical linguistics, course development, and creative writing combine with over 27 years of full-time freelance experience to allow him to distill nebulous concepts normally attributed to talent or internalized through years of trial-and-error into clear, executable techniques writers can begin to practice immediately. These techniques have been tested in the marketplace, and he has sold 2 collections, 5 novels, and 150 short stories. His stories have appeared under several names, in multiple languages, and on 6 continents. Using the techniques he teaches, he has garnered many awards and accolades, including recognition from Writer’s of the Future, New Century Writers, Short Story America, the International Book Awards, the Independent Publishers Book Awards, the Irish Aeon Awards, Writer’s Digest Awards, the Eric Hoffer Prose Awards, and a number of other organizations. His fiction how-to articles have appeared in Writer’s Digest, The Writer Magazine, and other print and online sources. Find him online here.