my alma mater has me teaching a poetry workshop in nola autumn!!
nola please sign up or holla to friends about courses if you know someone that may be interested in pre-funking friday nights with some word sorcery uptown (details below)
deceptions in eight weeks covering: ego, mana, incantations, evocation, animism and hexes, invisibility, "i"llusion, and ceremony.
it will be haunting--
Loyola Writing Institute
The Loyola Writing Institute is pleased to offer fall writing courses for the community!Writing Well-Crafted Fiction
Taught by Stephen Rea • Tuesdays from 7 – 9 p.m. • Starts Sept. 17 for eight weeks
Whether your goal is to perfect your short stories or get your literary novel onto bookstore shelves, or you simply enjoy writing for yourself and want to master the basics, this course will improve your fiction writing.
The Soul of Wit: Flash Fiction Writing
Taught by Tom Andes • Wednesdays from 7 – 9 p.m. • Starts Sept. 18 for eight weeks
This class will examine the short, short stories of celebrated writers and will help students write fiction pieces under 2,000 words through workshops and tutorials.
Writing the Essay as Story: Creative Nonfiction
Taught by Peyton Burgess • Thursdays from 7 – 9 p.m. • Starts Sept. 19 for eight weeks
Students will workshop one creative essay that utilizes research and a strong personal voice in order to not only entertain the reader, but also to make the reader feel smarter.
Your Magic Words: Crafting Poetry
Taught by Vince Cellucci • Fridays from 6 – 8 p.m. • Starts Sept. 20 for eight weeks
This workshop will help students understand the language of poetic magic and the crafting of poetry. Classes will focus on reading and analysing poems, and writing and work-shopping students' poems.
Open to: Adults (21+) and is not for Loyola credit. Participants must not be currently enrolled as full-time students.
Sign up: Send your check to Walker Percy Center, 6363 St. Charles Avenue, Box 157, New Orleans, LA 70118. Please include your email address or phone number and indicate which course you are signing up for.
For further information: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 504-931-9902.