Writing Your Short Story or Novel
8 sessions,16 hours
Learn the elements of storytelling and how they work together to form a cohesive, well-written and meaningful story. Each session will analyze samples of one of a group of elements to determine their individual purposes and their relationship to the story.
Instructor: Judy Kelly is an award winning published author. Her novel, That Ever Died So Young, was a finalist in the Somerset Literary and Contemporary Fiction Award 2014. Her newest novel, Blessings and Curses, came out in December 2017. She has presented at the Fiction Writers Institute in Hagerstown and at Montgomery College. Judy taught writing through the continuing education program at George Mason University. She facilitates three writing groups and spends time as a Beta reader for a wide variety of writers and genres. She is also an instructor at Montgomery College where she teaches speech, reading, and English.
ENG236 Writing Your Short Story or Novel
5-Digit Number: 17083
Thursdays • 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. • 1/31 – 3/21
Location: Student Center/H261
Tuition: $50.00 + Fee: $129.00 = Total: $179.00
(MD residents age 60+ pay fee only)