Wednesday, January 15, 2014

SIGN-UP REMINDER: Fiction or Nonfiction: What's Best for Your Story? Class at UCLA Extension March 1, 2014

Update May 2016: I am not currently scheduled to teach this class. For other writing classes in the UCLA Extension Writer's Program, check the current catalog.
I will be teaching a workshop at the summer 2016 SCBWI conference at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. See my blog post 5/11/16
I will be teaching a one-day class in the UCLA Extension Writer's Program during Winter Quarter.  The class is on Saturday, March 1st and will be held from 10:00 to 3:00 on the UCLA campus, in Los Angeles. Look for information about registration in the UCLA Extension catalog (listed under Writing for the Youth Market.) Enroll at or 310-825-9971. Hope to see you there!
Here is the direct link to the class:

Here's a description of the course:

Fiction or Nonfiction: What's Best for Your Story?  Shaping your idea and turning it into a book just right for your intended audience involves many choices. This workshop covers both fiction and nonfiction techniques and how to use them to create a book for children that is both fun and informative--just right for the child and just right for you. From picture books to chapter books, you will learn how to develop an idea into a framework for a book or article, choose a point of view, write lively prose, and conduct research. Special attention will be paid to organizing material; selling your story to trade, school, library, and magazine markets; and editing your work.

Enrollment deadline: Feb 28

UCLA: 1284 School of Public Affairs Bldg.
Saturday, 10am-3pm,
March 1

1 meeting total

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