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Writing on Location  

Do you love to fall into a book and feel like you are there? In this class you will learn how to “draw a setting around yourself” using mindful focus, artifacts, and actual settings. Historical writers: “time travel,” using your research to transform your surroundings. Fantasy and science-fiction writers: translate your world-building into reality on the page. Contemporary writers: inhabit your heroes’ lives in a way that invites readers to live alongside them. While some work will be done in the classroom, we will also take several field trips to evocative locations within easy driving distance of the college.


Writing on Location - click here to view course description
Item: 7008 Katherine Grace Bond
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM On Campus: IB Bldg Room 3316 
Sessions: 5 D

Location: 9600 College Way North Seattle, WA 98103

8/6/2018 - 8/10/2018 Fee: $145.00

CE classes are intended for adults 18 and up unless otherwise noted. Please see Continuing Education Policies to learn more about our underage waiver, refund, and cancellation policies.

Summer Quarter