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Let's Write a Mystery (19057)

Community Education Writing: Genres

Presented by:   Leslie Hall

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Location: ONLINE via Zoom -
2 W  
7/10/2024 - 7/17/2024 Fee: $65.00

A mystery is a story that has some form of a crime at the heart, often a murder or other "significant" crime. Readers love to try and solve the puzzle the writer creates. So how do we write one? This workshop with cover sub-genres of mystery, mystery characters, how to plant clues and red herrings, how to plan the crime and set up suspects, plus pulling it all together into a page turner. 

 

Writing Your Life:Creative Memoir (43020)

Presented by:  Sarah Shepard

Class begins in less than 2 business days or is already in session... Please call 425.640.1243 or email comed@edmonds.edu to register.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Location: ONLINE via Zoom - (link emailed two days prior to class)
7 Th  
5/2/2024 - 6/13/2024 Fee: $199.00

Everyone has a story. Have you always wanted to write your story? If you already have a body of work, a collection of essays, or even a memoir manuscript in hand, you will enjoy this class. Beginners are welcome too. Through writing exercises and prompts, you'll be able to dig deep into your story and make it universally important to the ones you love and the world. Wherever you are in your life or on your writing journey you will appreciate your fellow writer and having an experienced writer, teacher, and mentor.

Open to students 16 years of age and older.

 

Introduction To Poetry (35838)

Presented by:  Jerry Austin

Class begins in less than 2 business days or is already in session... Please call 425.640.1243 or email comed@edmonds.edu to register.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Location: Snoqualmie Hall - 202
4 W  
5/8/2024 - 5/29/2024 Fee: $99.00

A beginners’ poetry workshop, where both the instructor and students are welcome to comment on poems composed by students. The focus is one of encouragement, building on a writer’s strengths, and helping the student become increasingly able as a poet. Some easily learned language skills will also be introduced. The instructor is open to a wide variety of styles and hopes to have students develop their own individual voices. NOTE: Students should send their poems one week before the class begins to comed@edmonds.edu so they can be forwarded to the instructor.

 

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