Workshops

Writing Workshops Online Soon!

For the past few years, I stopped offering writing courses due to my travel schedule as visual facilitator. Meanwhile, this blog has built an international following. So I now am in the process of putting some of my courses online with videos and supplementary pdfs designed for self-paced learning. If you are interested in being notified of online courses or other workshops, please send an email to me. Thank you!

chris@christinewalker.net

For general course descriptions, please go to:

Hands-On Writing Workshops

Read to Write Books: A Course in Fiction Craft

First Person: Memoir & Narrative Nonfiction

Comments from participants in past Read to Write Books workshops

“If you love to read, now, you’ll love to read even more after understanding the framing and foundation of a great novel.” Kat Depuydt

“A great opportunity to have smartly led discussions about the craft techniques used in both classic and contemporary fiction.” Bailey Malone

“It has been a fun, motivating, and very worthwhile experience. What a joy it was to join with others–who either love to write or were and are avid readers–and hear the many different viewpoints. That alone was incredibly refreshing.” Kelly Shaw

“[Christine], herself a writer and painter, guided us through a very well-prepared and enjoyable experience of taking a focused look at the craft of writing. I enjoyed the selection of books and found the other participants stimulating and enjoyed their company.” Ann Levin

“If you are looking to buttress and expand the elements of craft in writing fiction, this class presents each element in a very integrated way. In the event that you are a good writer and would like to improve your understanding of the elements of the actual craft of writing, this is a great course. Christine has modeled it on her MFA in Creative Writing and it packs that kind of intellectual punch.” Lee Stein

“A mini MFA course!” Marlene Cullen

“Chris is an insightful, engaging teacher with great taste in literature.” Mary Luddy

 

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