Off Site Classes

I will only be teaching online courses this summer and fall because of the Coronavirus Pandemic. 

2020 classes taught by Glenda Council Beall

Tri-County Community College
Creative Writing
July 6 - July 27
Monday evenings, 6 PM - 8 PM
Taught online with Zoom

Creative Writing: Perhaps you want to write about yourself or other people you know, places you have been or family history. Perhaps you have always had stories wandering around in your brain and you want to write fiction. Not sure? Your questions will be answered to help you discover your writing niche. This class is for aspiring writers or others who need motivation to put words on paper.

Comment from student:  Despite the challenges of ZOOM, my recent Creative Writing class with Glenda Beall proved valuable. Motivation, learning new things and excellent peer review far outweighed the perceived difficulties of distance learning. Hopefully, Zoom classes won’t be the new norm, but if so, know that Glenda and the students handled the shortcomings well. Class notes were emailed and students shared work and suggestions via email and Zoom.
I couldn’t ask for a better outcome despite my technical aversions. M.C. Brooks

Join this informative class and learn from Glenda Council Beall who lives in the mountains of western North Carolina and whose work has been widely published since 1996 in numerous journals, magazines and online reviews.  She is also the author of three books.

Eight hours of instruction, Mondays, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM -- $50.00

Register with Lisa Long, Director of Community Outreach, by calling 828-835-4241 or email her:


Institute for Continuing Learning
Young Harris College, Young Harris, GA  Visit this site to register for this class.

 Inform, Enlighten and Entertain with Your True Life Stories

 Mondays at 1:30 - 3:30, beginning on July 13, running 4 weeks with the last class on August 3rd.
Each of us has a unique life story. While our children and grandchildren show little interest now in our past, there will come a time when they will be thankful we wrote down and preserved our history. Many times we hear someone, after losing a father or mother, say, "I wish I had asked more questions. I wish I knew more about my parents' lives." We will discuss how to decide what to write, how to write it, and how to organize your stories. In this class we will write entertaining as well as enlightening short pieces and receive feedback from our classmates. 

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