Writing tips and reference information to explore.
These are select articles geared for enhancing emerging writing skills. Each introduces an important aspect which may be read alone or in any order of sequence. They were created as part of the WdC Writers University Horror 101 class but may benefit interest in developing one's craft in any other genre.
For this reason they were spun off for general view and use in the WdC community. Feedback and suggestions are welcome but consider participation to be a DIY endeavor without requiring my timely response.
'Workshop' is a loose term summarizing a mix of my own exploration in the given topic, tips, links and suggested activities around a single theme. Each student becomes in the final analysis their own teacher or learning becomes a stagnant task devoid of interest. Having a tutor guiding the path may make stumbling happen less often.
"Reviewing / Self Editing"
"Writing Tools: Literary Devices"
"Becoming A Successful Writer"
"What Next? Writing Groups"
WdC Writers University
The brain child of member Jim Hall, the "WDC Writers University" offers four to six week classes across a growing number of areas by selected volunteers. Cost ranges generally from 2,000 to 20,000 points. Class sizes are limited. The first students who pay their points while signing up are given preference. See the class schedule page for when and what is being offered next.
Those interested in offering a course can connect and check out what others have done and offer their services from the university page.
Hope to see you there. - Bobturn