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Date: 8/6/15 - 10/29/15
Length: 12 weeks
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Dive into the world of writing and learn all 12 steps needed to complete a first draft in just 12 weeks. In this writing workshop you will tackle the steps to writing a book, learn effective writing techniques along the way, and of course, begin writing your first draft.

You'll take an in-depth look at Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird as well as more contemporary novels such as Alice Sebold's The Lovely Bones and Elizabeth Strout's Olive Kitteridge. When you take this workshop, you will learn invaluable tips on writing a book and receive detailed instruction through weekly lessons and writing assignments. In the workshop, you will be able to finish either a decently developed half draft (of half of your novel) or a rough "in-progress" full draft. However, you'll learn all the tools needed to complete the full first draft. At the end of this workshop, you will have accomplished every writer's goal - an "in-progress" working first draft.

Who should take this course:

Anyone who wants to learn how to write a fiction novel (any genre)
Writers who want to learn the 12 elements needed in a rough draft of their novel
Writers who want to get a solid start on the first draft of their novel
Aspiring novelists who want a published author to coach them
 
What you'll learn:

How to use effective writing techniques to start the first draft of your novel
How to create a 12-week plan for writing a first draft of a novel
How to weave literary elements such as plot, character, setting, style, exposition, dialogue, and tension within your novel
How to pace your novel
How to apply Hemingway's "Iceberg Theory" and Chekhov's "Gun Theory" to your writing
How to maintain a writing routine and set clear goals


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Mark Spencer is the author of A Haunted Love Story (nonfiction novel, Llewellyn Worldwide, 2012), The Masked Demon (novel, Main Street Rag, 2012), Images of America: Monticello (local history, Arcadia Publishing, 2011), The Weary Motel (a novel, winner of the Omaha Prize for the Novel, published by The Backwaters Press), Only Missing (a novella, winner of the Faulkner Society's Faulkner Award for Fiction), Love and Reruns in Adams County (novel, Fawcett-Columbine/Random House), Wedlock, (two novellas and three short stories, Watermark Press), Spying on Lovers (short stories, winner of the Patrick T.T. Bradshaw Book Award sponsored by Amelia Press), and Trespassers (Main Street Rag, 2014), a short story collection.

His short stories and articles have appeared in a wide variety of literary magazines, including The Laurel Review, Short Story, The Chariton Review, South Dakota Review, Beloit Fiction Journal, Kansas Quarterly, Texas Review, The New Review, Z Miscellaneous, The Maryland Review, Natural Bridge, New Mexico Humanities Review, The MacGuffin, and elsewhere. Recent publications include a novella serialized in the online journal Admit Two and short stories in Amarillo Bay, Storyglossia, Tattoo Highway, Steel City Review, Blood Lotus, The Istanbul Literature Review, and Bewildering Stories.

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