Monday, January 1, 2018

Carol Crawford is teaching this winter at John C. Campbell Folk School.

This will be a great class with my friend, Carol Crawford, who heads up the Blue Ridge Writers' Conference each year in Blue Ridge, Georgia. Carol has always been one of my favorite teachers. She is a poet, an essayist, a fiction writer, and a creative nonfiction writer. Cost for the week is around 400 dollars. But local writers, Clay, Cherokee, Union and Towns counties can get their name on a waiting list for 1/2 price. Don't miss this opportunity. I am going to try to take this class myself. I need some motivation right now and there is nothing like a good writing class to get the old muse moving.

Maybe we can have Carol teach later this year at Writers Circle around the Table. Let me know if you would like me to invite her.


Writers' Retreat  At John C. Campbell Folk School

Make progress on that New Year’s resolution to spend more time writing this year. Focus on your fiction or nonfiction in a creative and supportive atmosphere. Bring a work in progress, or start something new. Encouragement, writing prompts, and individual and group feedback are provided. Return home with new pages and new enthusiasm to finish your project. All levels welcome. 


Date: Wednesday, Jan 3 -Saturday, Jan 6, 2018   (Four days)


Subject: Writing

Instructor: Carol Crawford 






Creative Nonfiction

Date: Sunday, Feb 11 - Friday, Feb 16, 2018 Subject: Writing
Instructor: Carol Crawford


Sometimes described as "life without the boring parts," creative nonfiction writers produce true stories told with fictional techniques like dialogue, setting, and pacing. Write a personal essay or start a memoir in this writing-intensive class, and get feedback from the instructor and the group. Self-editing and paths to publication are also discussed. Experienced and newbie writers welcome!

https://classes.folkschool.org/class_details.aspx?pk=20151
Tuition: $564.00 Deposit: A deposit of $150.00 will be due upon checkout to hold your seat in this class.




















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