Listen for Inspiration

Listen for Inspiration

Environment can play a large role in setting yourself up for productive writing. While in working toward being a professional writer it can be beneficial to be adaptable to varied writing conditions, knowing your ideal environment for being creative, and productive,...
Instructor Interview: Chris Atwood

Instructor Interview: Chris Atwood

Welcome new Writers’ Program instructor Chris Atwood! Chris is teaching a section of Half-Hour TV I (reg# 386853) in our Remote Classroom format with weekly meetings on Zoom, starting Tuesday, July 5 this Summer. He sat down with us to offer some insight into creative...
NEW Courses for Summer 2022

NEW Courses for Summer 2022

Summer is often a time for rest and rejuvenation. However, UCLA Extension offers classes year-round to help you improve skills, craft, and achieve personal and professional goals. Our new classes for Summer include a lot of one-day seminars and shorter term virtual...
Tips for an At Home Writing Retreat

Tips for an At Home Writing Retreat

With spring here and summer just around the bend, many folks yearn to take to the road (or the skies, or the tracks) and get away for a bit. However, not everyone can afford the time, money, or effort to travel – whether for leisure or, for writers, a little creative...
It’s Shakespeare’s World; We’re Just Living in It

It’s Shakespeare’s World; We’re Just Living in It

As is tradition, for Shakespeare Day/Week we’ve polled our staff in another round of Shakespeare-themed questioning. This year we asked everyone what ‘world’ in the Bard’s plays they would most want to inhabit and/or adapt, and resoundingly were met with a single,...
Welcome New WP Work Studies

Welcome New WP Work Studies

Welcome New WP Work Studies Work studies are an integral part of the Writers’ Program team. They provide a lot of program support by assisting staff with various administrative, event, and social media tasks. We’re excited to introduce our newest work studies...

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