This six week course will introduce you to writing basics, teach you how to craft your own prose, and let you get feedback on your work. Every Thursday evening, this class of like-minded writers will meet to do writing exercises, learn about writing fundamentals, and share their work with each other.
During the course, you can take an idea to a well-edited draft. Get started on your memoir. Write that short story you’ve been thinking about. Learn how to craft a blog post. Dive into your novel. This course can help you with all of these forms and more.
Start writing. Make your writing better. Meet other writers. Laugh at bad puns.
About the Instructors
Molly Quell is a journalist and writer. Originally from the United States, she has written for Undark, Think Progress, the Huffington Post and The Outline. She currently works as a contributing editor at Dutch News. She has had several works of fiction published in Sci Fi Daily, The Thieving Magpie and others and is currently working on a novel. Previously, she has taught writing courses for TU Delft, Shell and at Unesco IHE.
Radha Smith grew up between Canada, Taiwan, and the UK. In 2016, she completed her MA in Creative Writing – Prose Fiction at the University of East Anglia. Her short prose has been published in a number of journals, including Mslexia, Ricepaper Magazine, and The Changing Image. She always has some short stories underway, and is currently working on her first novel.