Finally ready to start (or finish) your novel? Got a great screenplay idea but can’t find the time to work on it? Perhaps you’ve thought about writing for years but keep putting it on the backburner for other important things like work and family. If any of this sounds like you, then you need to sign up for the 2013 Writers Studio February 7th-10th—four days full of inspiration, camaraderie, and of course, lots and lots of writing!

Held in Westwood Village (adjacent to the UCLA campus), the Studio provides the time, space, and motivation to immerse yourself in writing. Taught by professional writers and structured specifically to produce big results in a short period of time, the Studio brings together students from all over the world for a truly life-changing experience. As 2012 participant Anna Maria Montoya puts it: “Go! Call in sick! Sell a kidney! Do what you need to do to make it happen. There’s zero chance you’ll come away empty-handed, and a very good chance you’ll come away inspired, energized, and grateful.”

While we don’t recommend selling any vital organs, we strongly suggest checking out the 2013 lineup, below. This year our workshops are limited to 15 students for an even more intimate experience. And did we mention there will be free coffee and cookies??

Many Studio courses are still available, but spots are filling up quickly. Our advisors are here Monday through Friday to help find the perfect class for you. Give us a call at 310-825-9415 to reserve your spot today!

Unlocking the Writer Within: A Workshop for Aspiring Creative Writers with Rachel Kann

Inside Story: Creating Powerful Narratives with Lisa Cron

Writing the First Novel with Eduardo Santiago

Novel Revision Techniques with Mark Sarvas

Writing the Personal Essay with Barbara Abercrombie

Memoir Writing: Works-in-Progress with Samantha Dunn


Writing Your First Screenplay with Cindy Davis

Creating Powerful Scenes and Sequences for the Movies with Corey Mandell

Creating Compelling Characters with Billy Mernit

Creating the TV Pilot with Phil Kellard


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