Fiction 101 is geared towards the serious adult or young adult who has dreamed of writing fiction but didn’t have the tools to pursue that goal. Each class will include a short lecture, writing activities, feedback, and discussion. In a fun, informal manner I provide a blend of information and hands-on learning experiences. Students will leave excited to work on their story.
The course will meet at the community center for six weeks from 1- 4 PM. Class begins on March 3, skips March 31 because of Easter break and ends on April 14. Each class is $45.00 for City of Greenville residents and $50.00 for non-City residents. If you sign up for the entire course, you will receive one free class. City of Greenville residents: $225.00; non-City: $250.00. Registration caps at 15 so hurry and sign up here (under “Adult” programming).
March 3 Muscle Words, Revision, Genres, Characterization
March 10 Sensory Settings and World Building
March 17 Plot and Structure
March 24 Beginnings and Scenes
April 7 Suspense, Tension, and Endings
April 14 Organization, Research, Your Path to Publication
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FINE ARTS CENTER OF EASLEY
Fiction Genre Writing for Kids
Do your kids dream up stories about space aliens or unicorns conquering the world? Do they enjoy mysteries and wonder how to write one? Does the past capture their imagination and they create stories about lords and ladies? Or, do they prefer sports fiction and want to create a dream team of their own?
If these scenarios describe your kids, then they will love my genre writing class in which they create a mini-story in each genre. Although emphasis is on creative writing, students will learn skills that they can apply to expository writing.
$100/month for a 90-minute class beginning Grades 4-10. Beginning March 6; class runs from 4-5:30 PM. Fine Arts Center of Easley. (Click on "Sign Up" button and the registration form downloads to your computer). Or call 864-442-6027. Family discounts available.
Adult Writing Class- Part I
For beginning and intermediate writers. Students will be introduced to the building blocks of short fiction. Each 2-hour class will include a short lecture, writing activities, feedback, and discussion.
March 6: Characterization and point of view
March 13: Sensory settings
March 20: Conflict and Tension
April 3 Plot and Structure
Class is $100/a month for adults and young adults. Fine Arts Center of Easley. (Click on "Sign Up" button and the registration form downloads to your computer). Or call 864-442-6027. Family discounts available.