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Writing Our Family Extension 1-Month Zoom Workshop, Starts May 26th, 2022
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$250.00

Writing Our Family Extension 1-Month Zoom Workshop, Starts May 26th, 2022


Unit price per

Class Starts Thursday, May 26th, 2022

Class will meet weekly via Zoom on Thursdays from 7PM EST - 9PM EST

Any questions about this class? Use the Chat Button (lower left) to talk with us.

*This course will have an online classroom in Wet Ink with weekly Zoom meetings.

Led by Kate Hill Cantrill, author of the short story collection Walk Back From Monkey School. She holds an MFA from The Michener Center For Writers, and her stories, essays, and poetry have appeared in literary journals such as: Story Quarterly, The Believer, Mississippi Review, Texas Observer, Blackbird, Salt Hill, The Short Story Project, and others. She has received fellowships from The Corporation of Yaddo, The Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Jentel Artists’ Residency, and The James A. Michener Fund.

This special one-month class is for students who have already completed the Writing Our Family 6 or 8 week course.

This class includes access to Wet Ink for discussions with your peers, requests for readers, and a place to leave your comments on the posted works in progress.

There is also participation in weekly a Zoom meeting-- scheduled as we go for when participants have work ready for feedback.

Written and on-Zoom comments on submitted work by Kate and Zoom comments (and optional written) from other class participants.

A 15 minute one-on-one meeting to discuss your project.

Option to work with Kate later for continued developmental editing on longer work in a guided workshop setting.

Pre-requisite: Successful (meaning kind and enthusiastic) participation/completion of Writing Our Family course plus an idea of what you would like to focus on over the course of the month.

PAYMENT OPTIONS:
You can pay for the course in full or use Shop Pay or Affirm to pay over time with equal Monthly Payments. Both options are available at checkout.

ONLINE COURSE STRUCTURE:

This class will have a weekly Zoom meeting, weekly deadlines, and plenty of interaction with Kate and your peers with the addition of Wet Ink, a dedicated online classroom. Craft materials, lectures, reading assignments, and writing prompts are all available through the online classroom. Students also post work and provide and receive feedback within the online classroom environment. You can get the work done as you see fit week-to-week, so it is perfect for any schedule. There are discussion questions each week inspired by the assigned readings and topics in the lecture notes. Students are encouraged to take these wherever is most compelling and/or useful for them. Each writer will have the opportunity to submit their work, receiving detailed feedback from their peers as well as Kate; follow-up questions and conversations often occur. Kate engages with these discussions throughout the week.

WORKSHOP DETAILS

  • Instructor: Kate Hill Cantrill

  • Class starts May 26th, 2022

  • Course is fully ONLINE; students will have a weekly Zoom meeting and can work according to their own schedule within weekly deadlines in Wet Ink. Once you have enrolled the instructor will send you a link to our online classroom, provided via Wet Ink.

If you have questions, please contact us HERE.

Instructor Kate Hill Cantrill is the author of the short story collection, Walk Back From Monkey School. She holds an MFA from The Michener Center For Writers, and her stories, essays, and poetry have appeared in literary journals such as: Story Quarterly, The Believer, Mississippi Review, Texas Observer, Blackbird, Salt Hill, Del Sol Review, The Short Story Project, and others. She has received fellowships from The Corporation of Yaddo, The Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Jentel Artists’ Residency, and The James A. Michener Fund. She is presently writing both a novel and an epistolary novella.

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