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Teen Challenge Cohort (By Permission Only) Mondays, September 21-November 9 4:30-6:30

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$499.00
NOTE: APPLICATION REQUIRED. DETAILS BELOW.
 
Mondays, 4:30-6:30 PM, PT, September 21-November 9, 8 sessions Via Zoom
(Class size 4-6 students) 

This class is for a select group of writers ages 12-17 with a high level of dedication to their craft. Focus will be on creating a work of fiction, memoir, or poetry. This may be a short work; it may be the start of a book. We will approach our work as professionals, with a view to what is publishable. While publication is not in the scope of this first class, subsequent classes may include submission to publishers or writing contests.
Sessions will focus on plot, character development, and writing effective scenes. Focus points on grammar, punctuation and usage essential to good writing will be embedded in the instruction (e.g. proper use of tense, how semicolons can strengthen your work, active vs passive, etc.) Class includes lecture, activities and time to share your work. Each week you will submit 750 words for written review by Katherine.
Application Process:
The ideal candidate for this class is a student who loves writing for its own sake—not just to please someone else. This course is for writers; you needn’t have perfect spelling or grammar, but you need to write for your own enjoyment.
A maximum of six teen writers will be selected, after submission of 750 words of fiction, personal essay or poetry.
Prospective students should submit their writing sample, double-spaced, to author (at) KatherineGraceBond (dot) com. When spots are filled, no more applications will be accepted.

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About Teen Challenge Cohort (By Permission Only) Mondays, September 21-November 9 4:30-6:30

NOTE: APPLICATION REQUIRED. DETAILS BELOW.
 

Mondays, 4:30-6:30 PM, PT, September 21-November 9, 8 sessions Via Zoom

(Class size 4-6 students) 


This class is for a select group of writers ages 12-17 with a high level of dedication to their craft. Focus will be on creating a work of fiction, memoir, or poetry. This may be a short work; it may be the start of a book. We will approach our work as professionals, with a view to what is publishable. While publication is not in the scope of this first class, subsequent classes may include submission to publishers or writing contests.

Sessions will focus on plot, character development, and writing effective scenes. Focus points on grammar, punctuation and usage essential to good writing will be embedded in the instruction (e.g. proper use of tense, how semicolons can strengthen your work, active vs passive, etc.) Class includes lecture, activities and time to share your work. Each week you will submit 750 words for written review by Katherine.

Application Process:

The ideal candidate for this class is a student who loves writing for its own sake—not just to please someone else. This course is for writers; you needn’t have perfect spelling or grammar, but you need to write for your own enjoyment.

A maximum of six teen writers will be selected, after submission of 750 words of fiction, personal essay or poetry.

Prospective students should submit their writing sample, double-spaced, to author (at) KatherineGraceBond (dot) com. When spots are filled, no more applications will be accepted.

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