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All Levels | In this workshop, writers turn a spark into a foundation that will take them all the way through National Novel Writing Month. Whether you’re seasoned or a newb, a planner or a pantser, you’ll benefit from a stockpile of whimsy and anchors to get you past the initial adrenaline rush. Writers are introduced to bite-sized prep exercises and leave with a 10-day plan of strategies to accumulate inspiration, create actionable accountability systems, and develop potential characters and open-ended concepts that will keep them moving all month.
Due to COVID-19, all classes will take place online-either through Zoom or through Wet Ink, our asynchronous learning platform-through Spring quarter 2021.
All times are listed in Pacific Time.
Molly Thornton is a Los Angeles based writer and writing coach who works with writers at every stage of their creative process to build sustainable writing habits and bring their stories to the page. She is a Lambda Literary Emerging Writers Fellow, and her poetry, essays, and fiction appear in publications including The Lavender Review, baldhip magazine, The Leveller, The Seattle Globalist, and They Said anthology from Black Lawrence Press.