Learn the techniques that best-selling authors use to captivate their audiences. Investigate the methods they use for developing their stories and how to employ these methods when writing your own manuscript. Short writing exercises and a chance to give and receive feedback are included. Senior adult and disabled retiree tuition waivers apply.
Designed for the continuing writer, having the equivalent of Harford Writers' School I, this course keeps your writing on track, and allows time for peer review/critiques. Learn more about setting, creating characters, dialogue, plot development, and reaching an effective conclusion. This hybrid course offers both online and classroom instruction.
Course Fee: $199
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Bel Air Hall, Rm. 103
7 classroom sessions on February 11, 25, March 11, 18,April 1, 15, 29 and12 online sessions on Wed. and Fri., February 18-March 27.
"Craft" intensive classes for beginning and intermediate to experienced writers offer essential tools for developing skills and honing revisions. Multiple options for classes will be offered to all participants.
Come to the Harford Writers School Friday Night Book Fair, meet regional authors, and listen to keynote speaker Kevin Cowherd in the Chesapeake Theater. Kevin is the co-author, along with Hall of Famer Cal Ripkin, Jr., of the New York Times best- seller "Hothead" and 3 other baseball novels for young readers. Cowherd's latest book is "Hale Storm: The Incredible Saga of Baltimore's Ed Hale, Including a Secret Life with the CIA".
Participants learn how to write and submit scripts that attract agents, producers, and buyers in the TV and movie industries. Offered through Paramount Communications, students learn the steps to writing a screenplay and are given an inside look at what goes on in a Hollywood studio. The instructor is a Hollywood professional who has written for "Cheers," "Head of the Class," and two feature films. Senior adult and disabled retiree tuition waivers apply. Transcript available.