Is it your dream to write the great American novel? Finishing a book is a tough thing to do even for the seasoned professional. In this class, successful novelist DC Pierson will help you nudge your book to the finish line! He’ll also teach you techniques for creating compelling characters, exciting plot lines, and vivid worlds. If you like, you can even bring in up to 1000 words of your novel for targeted feedback every session! With the aid of fun, hands-on exercises and balanced workshopping sessions, you will have completed at least one act of your brilliant book by the last session of this class. Before you know it, Random House will be banging on your door!
Instructor: DC Pierson
March 29, April 19, 26, May 3 (4 Sunday afternoons)
Cost: $315 (includes snacks and tea)
Note: Class will be limited to 10 students
Location: Writing Pad East (688 S Santa Fe, Apt. 312, Los Angeles, CA 90021)
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DC Pierson is a comedian, author, and actor. His first novel, “The Boy Who Couldn’t Sleep And Never Had To” (Vintage Contemporary) won an Alex Award for adult books with special appeal for teen readers from the American Library Association. His second book, “Crap Kingdom” was published March...Read More »
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