WRITING A NOVEL – and getting it published

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Class #17526
WRITE YOUR NOVEL

Tuition: $150 + $10 reg. fee
Wednesdays 1pm-3pm
4/11, 4/18, 4/25, 5/2 (four meetings)

Seattle: University of Washington
Max. enrollment: 12. Spaces left: 10

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Thinking about writing a novel? Or have one underway, and looking for a boost to move it toward completion?  In this Seattle novel writing class, we’ll look at character, plot andstudents writin111story structure, and do some in-class writing exercises to get you rolling. Plus, you’ll learn how to use a traditional story structure with roots in myth and legend, to solve common story structure problems and bring your novel into focus.

Students will have the opportunity to share their writings in class and get feedback from the instructors and others. You’ll also learn about how to approach publishers, copyrighting your novel and more.  Whether you’re in the early planning stages of writing a novel, or have been thinking about one for a while and need a boost to get it moving again, this class will help.  More Seattle Writing Classes


HANDS WRITING SMALLABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Nils Osmar has taught writing for fifteen years. His first book, The Hungry Time, was published in 1996, and was featured on public radio and Alaska Reader.  It is available on Amazon.com


Hi, Nils:

You may not remember me, but a few years ago I took my first-ever creative writing class with you… The class had such a profound impact on me that I immediately applied to graduate programs to pursue a Master’s Degree in creative writing. I was fortunate to be accepted to a wonderful school in Los Angeles, and recently graduated with distinction. I have also completed my first novel, and many times throughout the writing/editing process, I would sometimes hear your voice in my head saying, “Show, don’t tell,” and, “Watch for excessive modifiers.” 

I also teach English now, and I’ve realized how meaningful it can be to hear from students who have valued your instruction. To that end, I want to thank you for giving me my first “push” and encouraging me to continue doing what I love. I plan to move back to Seattle in the coming months, and I hope I’ll run into you sometime so I can thank you in person.

I hope you’re continuing to teach and to inspire. 

Sincerely,
Kristen B.


Want to thank you again for a great class.  Your low key way of teaching is informative but not overwhelming.  I am looking forward to working on my novel.

Smooth sailing to you..

S. Allbright