Teen Writers Workshop with James Winter
The free, online Teen Writers Workshops with James Winter will meet on Zoom from 7-8:30 the first Thursday from January to April. Register once, attend any number.
Bring your questions about dialog, character development, setting, plot, etc. All experience levels welcome. Teens only, please. Register here.
Meet the teaching artist: James Winter is an Associate Professor of English at Kent State University. His work has won the CRAFT Short Fiction Prize, a Pushcart Special Mention, an Honorable Mention for the J.F. Powers Prize, and was a finalist for the Frank McCourt Memoir Prize. He has been a Tennessee Williams Scholar in Fiction at the Sewanee Writers’ Conference, and published in One Story, Salamander, PANK Magazine, Midwestern Gothic, and Dappled Things, among others.
Have a class or workshop idea?
We pay $250 for a 5-6 week workshop or $100 for a half day “short.” Our participants are diverse, from emerging to experienced writers, teens to retired adults, working in a variety of genres. We seek workshops on general and specific themes, open to all genres or genre-specific.
Please submit your workshop proposal here. If your idea doesn’t fit the form, use the “Anything else we need to know” box to share your thoughts.