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Memoir in Progress

Xujun Eberlein
10 Tuesdays from 6:00pm-9:00pm
Starting September 10th 

This course is designed for students who are actively engaged in writing a memoir. Students will workshop manuscripts, discuss craft topics, and analyze exemplary memoirs and personal essays. 
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Fiction II

Stephanie K Brownell 
10 Wednesdays from 10:30pm-1:30pm
Starting September 11th 

This course is designed to give intermediate writers who are already familiar with workshop the intensive review they need to make their stories deeper and sharper.
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Generate, Revise, Pitch: Nonfiction

Monica Erin Busch
10 Wednesdays from 10:30am-1:30pm
Starting September 11th 

In this course, students will dissect all of the tricky "other" business that goes into the creation process, with the intent of sending at least one piece out into the world.
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6 Weeks, 6 Poems: Online

Laura Kiesel
6 weeks online; no live meetings
Portal opens September 11th

Whether you're looking to learn the craft, experiment with various forms, or just produce a bunch of new work, this class offers the opportunity to expand your knowledge of poetry and get writing.
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A Light in the Darkness: Writing Challenging Topics in Fiction

Fox Welsh
6 Wednesdays, from 10:30am-1:30pm
Starting September 11th 

This class will consist of discussions, readings, writing prompts, and workshopping that will help writers strengthen the tools needed to tell the truest version of a story while still keeping in mind the mental health of our readers and ourselves. 
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The Shapes of Fiction: Providence

Tina Egnoski
6 Thursdays from 6:00pm-9:00pm
Starting September 26th

In this course, students will explore the many “containers” that can hold a story. Through in-class exercises you'll experiment with different forms, learning techniques to apply in your fiction. 
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Fiction II: Strategies, Not Surprises

Michael Don
10 Sundays from 6:00pm-9:00pm
Starting September 22nd 

This course offers a new model for workshopping your manuscripts, using a unique, student-centered method of offering feedback. Students will receive comprehensive, authentic written comments on their manuscript before it is discussed in class.
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