When you take this online writing workshop, you'll discover your voice, learn the basics of grammar and examine the different types of writing. No matter what type of writing you're planning on crafting-nonfiction or fiction-you'll need guidance along the way. Draw upon advice from published authors and start your writing career today.
"This course allows a novice to experience different types of writing while building their basic skills. The instructor feedback is essential for the new writer to understand the concepts and use them effectively. It should challenge yet inspire if concepts are embraced by the student." - Marty H.
"I loved the feedbacks from the professor and her prompt responses. Taking this course showed me my strengths and weaknesses in writing, that I plan to improve on. I would recommend this course." - Shina E.
What you'll learn:
The fundamentals of grammar and mechanics
How to enhance your writing through description and sensory details
The principles of creative writing
The types of short nonfiction, including research articles, personal essays, books, and memoirs
The various forms of fiction including short stories, short-short stories, novellas, and novels
The importance of editing and rewriting
About the Instructor
Carolyn Walker began writing at age ten, has been a published journalist, columnist and author for more than twenty-five years, and has worked independently as an editor. She also received her Master of Fine Arts in Writing in 2004 and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Her book A Mother Runs Through It-a collection of her creative nonfiction-was released in 2001. Her fiction, creative nonfiction and poetry were published in the anthology At the Edge of Mirror Lake.
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