The teacher provides a written weekly critique of each student’s assignment, a degree of attention nearly unheard of elsewhere.
Some Online teachers are fiction writers and others are poets, but they all have experience writing and teaching both genres and they all have completed our rigorous training program.
Whether you’re writing a screenplay, a novel, a personal essay, or even need some career guidance, there’s a course for you.
In addition, they also host the exclusive These courses are structured like in-person workshops, with limited class sizes and feedback from instructors.
However, they are not held in real-time (with the exception of an optional weekly chat session), so you can work through the material when it fits your schedule.
Plus, hosted by the Provincetown-based Fine Arts Work Center, a nonprofit that supports the development of new writers and artists.
The workshops cover poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and craft, offering courses like “Staying True: Authenticity and Voice” and “Translation as a Creative Practice.” Courses are offered at different experience levels, and time commitment can vary depending on whether you take a one, four, or eight-week course.
Each course is capped at fifteen students and is eligible for continuing education credits.
The workshops are designed to help students learn from their own work, as well as from the work of others.
Toward that end, students write at least three critiques of their classmates’ work each week, a process the teacher prepares them for in advance.