New workshops at Queens

The good folks at Queens University keep putting me to work, and I’m glad. We’ve got two more writing workshops that you can sign up for starting now.

The first one is “Writing In 3-D,” which covers the basics of learning how to write well — and how to see the world with a writer’s eye. It’s a two-day class from 9 a.m. to noon on Aug. 20 and 27. Click here to sign up.

The second workshop is “Writing What You Feel,” which focuses on writing the personal essay. It’s also a two-day class, from 9 a.m. to noon on Sept. 17 and 24. Click here to sign up.

UPDATE: If you go to those pages, you might see a notice about coupon discounts for the workshops. Here’s a message from Katie Yates at Queens:

There are a couple class discounts for current Queens students, Queens alumni, and people who refer two or more friends to the class. Learn more at www.queens.edu/continuing-education or e-mail yatesk@queens.edu.Β 

By the way, in case you’re interested in both workshops: There’s a little bit of overlap between the two classes, but most of the material is fresh.

Queens has also put together a nice little page with details on all my classes… and here’s a short excerpt from a workshop if you want to get a feel for it.

I hope to do at least one more class in the fall, and I think we’re going to try an online class in the spring for folks who live out of town or have a hard time getting to Queens on a Saturday.

These classes are a lot of fun for me, and I think you might actually learn something along the way. Holler if you have questions, thoughts, suggestions for other classes, etc.

6 thoughts on “New workshops at Queens”

  1. Hey, Tommy.
    The class listings mention “Be sure to check out the coupon discounts available for this course!” But they don’t actually show HOW to acquire those coupon discounts.
    Now, undoubtedly, your course are well worth full price. πŸ™‚ But if it’s possible to save a few quid, that would be nice as well.
    Can you point me to said discount details? Thanks…

  2. Hey, Tommy.
    The class listings mention “Be sure to check out the coupon discounts available for this course!” But they don’t actually show HOW to acquire those coupon discounts.
    Now, undoubtedly, your course are well worth full price. πŸ™‚ But if it’s possible to save a few quid, that would be nice as well.
    Can you point me to said discount details? Thanks…

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