A quick fyi: Stanford Continuing Studies opened up registration for its fall lineup of online writing courses. Offered in partnership with the Stanford Creative Writing Program (one of the most distinguished writing programs in the country), these online courses give beginning and advanced writers, no matter where they live, the chance to refine their craft with gifted writing instructors.
Classes will start during the later this month. Unfortunately some of the classes are full. And a few only have a few spots left. For more information, click here, or separately check out the FAQ.
Caveat emptor: These classes are not free, and I helped set them up. So while I wholeheartedly believe in these courses, you can take my views with a grain of salt.
- Writing Fiction with the New York Times Book Review (A few spots left)
- Writing for the Movies: Beginning Screenwriting
- Memoir Writing: Truth, Lies, & Paper (One spot left)
- Fiction Writing: Writing Short Fiction for Publication
- The Craft of Poetry: Let’s Begin
- Writing Fiction with the New York Times Book Review (Closed)
- Creative Nonfiction (Closed)
- Novel Writing: The Powerful Beginning (Closed)
- Getting Started in Creative Writing (Closed)
Those look very cool — are they a continuation of your brilliant and well-regarded work at AllLearn, or is a melding of that experience with a preexisting program?
Thanks. It was AllLearn all the way.
The New York Times course seems pretty cool, eh?