Points of View [Waverly Fitzgerald]

Write six stories (or one story told six ways) to explore point of view. Try out first-, second-, and third-person narrators, as well as more subtle choices like the unreliable

Novel Immersion Section II [Waverly Fitzgerald]

The first section of this class filled, so we’ve added another! Designed to complement National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), this six-week class will guide you to set a course for

Essay Experiments [Waverly Fitzgerald]

The essay is a fluid and experimental form, and we will push the boundaries of what is possible, working on essays that include found text, interweave poetry and prose, and

Novel Immersion [Waverly Fitzgerald]

Designed to complement National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), this six-week class will guide you to set a course for writing a novel, which you can pursue at the pace you

Shapes of Stories [Waverly Fitzgerald]

Changing the shape can change the story. Using a series of in-class writing exercises, homework assignments, and examples from both creative nonfiction and fiction, we’ll look at popular shapes for