25th Annual Publication Party Recap

25th Annual Publication Party Recap

Last week, the Writers’ Program staff gathered with instructors, students, and guests for our 25th annual Publication Party, an evening of readings featuring instructors who have published works within the last year. The crowd was treated to eighteen readings by...
Four Days in Nature – Just You and Your Writing

Four Days in Nature – Just You and Your Writing

Last year we had our first ever Writing Retreat at Lake Arrowhead. It was such a hit, we’re doing it again – and we wanted to let folks hear directly from some of last year’s students about why a self-directed writing retreat in the mountains of southern California is...
Instructor Interview: Jeanne De Vita

Instructor Interview: Jeanne De Vita

Welcome new Writers’ Program instructor, Jeanne De Vita! Jeanne is teaching a new online course this Summer, Freelancing for Editors, and sat down with us to offer some insight into creative life and her upcoming course. What sparks your creativity? I’m always...
NEW Summer Courses Are Here!

NEW Summer Courses Are Here!

Registration for Summer term is now open, with a wide selection of new courses across all our disciplines – whatever your focus in writing, we have something for you. Check out the new classes open for registration now, and stay tuned for more info on some other...
Shakespeare Day: The Character’s the Thing

Shakespeare Day: The Character’s the Thing

Last year, in recognition of Shakespeare Day, the staff offered some of their favorite quotes and adaptations of his work. This year, some staffers offer their appreciation for particular characters and what makes portrayals of them compelling. Charlie My two favorite...
Writers’ Program Staff Writing Toolbox

Writers’ Program Staff Writing Toolbox

Every writer is different in how they work. Some need noise, some need quiet. Some swear by pen and paper, others dictate or type. Coffee fuels some, while others need a walk around the block to get their creative juices flowing. We asked the Writers’ Program staff...

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