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10:00 am

The Memoir & Creative Nonfiction Workshop: Monday Mornings

October 19 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
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Workshop meet bi-weekly: 6 sessions
The Muse Writers Center, 2200 Colonial Ave, Suite #3
Norfolk, VA 23517 United States
$200

Returning members, new writers from Introduction to Creative Nonfiction & Memoir, and new members with CNF writing experience will actively write and workshop original work while taking a deeper look at the essential craft elements of writing that polishes the truth. We will learn the power of the first person and the limitations & benefits…

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6:00 pm

Teen Writers Class: Monday Evenings

October 19 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Workshop meets bi-weekly; 6 sessions
Virtual Class VA 23517 United States
$200

In this workshop, you can explore multiple genres: fiction, creative nonfiction, and/or poetry. We’ll get started with creative exercises, prompts, and readings, and have ample time to share and comment on each other’s work. You can learn a new genre or sharpen your skills while working on something you are already writing. Come hone your…

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7:00 pm

The Advanced Fiction Workshop

October 19 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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Workshop meets bi-weekly: 6 sessions
Virtual Class VA 23517 United States
$200

The Advanced Fiction Workshop continues with returning members, writers from The Fiction Workshop level, and new members with advanced fiction workshop experience. Having learned and refined the essential craft elements of fiction writing, it is time to actively write and revise our original short stories and chapters of novels. We will continue to master the…

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The Advanced Poetry Workshop

October 19 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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Workshop meets bi-weekly: 6 sessions
Virtual Class VA 23517 United States
$200

The Advanced Poetry Workshop is an expansion of the principles and techniques learned in the Poetry Workshop. It is open to students who have completed previous workshop-level classes at The Muse or those who have an extensive workshop or graduate-level experience. This class focuses on writing, criticism, and the exploration of contemporary poetic discourse. Students…

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