The Fall workshops are now available online at Writer.org! Please click through to this link to view them all. The Workshop & Event Guide has been printed and will be delivered early next week to those of you who've signed up to receive it by mail.
In addition to our Bethesda workshops, we're excited to offer workshops at the new Hill Center in Capitol Hill, in Annapolis, online (we'll be switching to a cleaner, easier-to-use Moodle site this fall), and in McLean.
Here are some of the highlights of the fall season. Please note: we expect these workshops to fill up quickly. If you'd like to register for one or more of these workshops, we STRONGLY encourage you to do so quickly:
Visiting writer &poet Martin Espada (Barbaric Yawp)
Barbara Esstman (Advanced Novel & Memoir)
James Mathews (Building a Page Turner)
Lynn Schwartz (Life Stories: Intermediate)
Lynn Stearns (Memoir: Story Construction)
William O'Sullivan (Advanced Personal Essay)
Stanley Plumly (Poetry Master Class−an application is required for this workshop)
Sue Ellen Thompson (Writing the Narrative Poem & 2 others)
Rose Solari (A Sense of the Whole)
Laura Fargas & Elizabeth Rees (Getting Started: Creative Writing [Fargas], Getting Started: Creative Writing [Rees])
Mary Carpenter (Transitions)
Robert Bausch (The Art of Fiction: Online)
Sandra Beasley (The Strategic Poet)
(Sandra's new memoir, Don't Kill the Birthday Girl: Tales from an Allergic Life, has been drawing rave reviews.)
David Taylor (Writing Brilliantly About Science)
Kathryn Johnson (The Extreme Novelist 1 & The Extreme Novelist 2)
Click on your genre of interest below to discover what other workshops we're offering for you this fall.