Instructor Interview: Carlos Allende

Instructor Interview: Carlos Allende

Welcome new Writers’ Program instructor Carlos Allende! Carlos is teaching a NEW course, The Psychology of Compelling Storytelling (Reg# 377722) in our asynchronous online format this Winter, starting January 13th. He sat down with us to offer some insight into...
Instructor Interview: Shari Goodhartz

Instructor Interview: Shari Goodhartz

Welcome new Writers’ Program instructor Shari Goodhartz! Shari is teaching a NEW course, Seasonal-Arc Structure for TV (Reg# 377575) on Saturdays (2pm– 5pm PT) this Winter. She sat down with us to offer some insight into creative life and her upcoming course. What...
How to Stay Energized While Doing Life Digitally

How to Stay Energized While Doing Life Digitally

By Noemi VanSlyke With another online quarter in full swing, I’ve begun to question my ability to maintain focus (and stay sane!) while working, writing, and participating in classes virtually. To combat this, I’ve compiled a list of tips and tricks to share with you...
Get In the (Spooky) Writing Mood

Get In the (Spooky) Writing Mood

All genres of writing can excite and inflame the passion of writing within their writers and audience, but perhaps none moreso that horror (and all its off-shoots). Capturing the right atmosphere is crucial for a horror story, be it a moody, gothic novel, a teen...
Helpful Podcasts for Aspiring Writers

Helpful Podcasts for Aspiring Writers

By Alexis Harmon Over the last couple of years, podcasts have surged in popularity on music sharing platforms. From news, to comedy, to life advice, there’s a pod for everyone. As for writers, there are dozens of unique and helpful podcasts to choose from for advice...

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