It’s Not Too Late to Start Your 2020 Writing Goals!

It’s Not Too Late to Start Your 2020 Writing Goals!

Whether you’re going gangbusters on your 2020 writing goals and just need a little boost, or if you’re already struggling to keep up or even figure out those goals, we’ve got some one-day and late-starting courses for Winter that are sure to light a fire in your...
New Year, New (Writing) Goals

New Year, New (Writing) Goals

The new year is always a time to reflect and assess what we want to do more, and less, of in the coming days. While there’s always a push to do more and more, sometimes you have to reflect and see what’s feasible. In the spirit of chasing dreams but keeping them...
TV Showrunners & Show Writers Panel Recap: Fall 2019

TV Showrunners & Show Writers Panel Recap: Fall 2019

Every fall quarter, veteran television writer and longtime Writers’ Program instructor, Ed Scharlach, moderates a panel of colleagues and friends responsible for creating some of the best TV shows past and present. The panelists are comprised of working television...
Writers Studio’s NEW Instructors for 2020

Writers Studio’s NEW Instructors for 2020

Our annual Writers Studio is an intensive, four-day experience that combines the work ethic and community building of a writing intensive with the knowledge growth of a ten-week course. This year, we’re thrilled to have several new instructors teaching the Studio for...
Writers’ Program 2019 Year In Review

Writers’ Program 2019 Year In Review

As 2019 draws to a close, we reflect on what a year of change it’s been for the Writers’ Program. Since December of 2018 we’ve added three new staff members (while bidding a very fond farewell to staffer of eight years, Carla) – Ashley, Carrie, and Jennie – and are...
Welcome New WP Staffer, Jennie Seidewand!

Welcome New WP Staffer, Jennie Seidewand!

The Writers’ Program is thrilled to add a new Creative Writing Program Representative to our team. Jennie started last week, and will be doing a lot of important behind the scenes work to get classes for each term up and running, as well as assisting instructors and...

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