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Are you ready to set your stories on fire? Join a course to dive deep into craft and structure, get guidance and coaching, share work with your peers, establish a writing practice, and tap into deep sources of power. Group courses help you get clear on your purpose, teach you the ins and outs of writing for success–as you define it–and transform your story into publishable work, if that’s your goal.
Honor the impulse to tell the stories stuck in your head. My course, Magical Craft of Creative Nonfiction 1.0, dives into story craft and structure so that you begin to…
Tell your story. Tell a story of planet earth. In this online course you can learn nature, environmental, and place-based writing from an icon, one of the world’s most eloquent…
Your stories are your legacy. Join me in this online memoir writing course to get your family and personal stories down on paper as your lasting gift to family and…
Short workshops dive into a single concept to improve your writing and grow your skillset. They’re a great way to get started, get back on track, or focus on a specific form.
Sept. 3 | Sept. 10 | Journaling Earth | Sundays 5-6pm ET | By Donation | Register
October 19 | Writing from Your Archetypes | 7-8:30pm ET | $25 | Register
The Woods of Fannin County
In the fall of 1945, eight children vanished from a rented bungalow in Morganton, Georgia. Sisters and brothers ranging in age from ten years to a few months, they were taken to a remote shack in the Blue Ridge foothills of Fannin County. For the next four years they would live mostly alone, without mother or father, roaming the mountains and valleys of what had been Cherokee Territory, scouring for food and scrambling to take care of themselves and each other…
This recent essay collection explores the wild earth, from Montana to Alaska to Belize, and invites us to document the earth’s known and unknown beauties. Reflecting on the sights of explorers like Sacagawea and Bartram, Wild Spectacle documents experiences that are rare in an age of increasingly virtual, urban life.
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