Teaching News from Theo

Hi Readers,

Here’s the latest news on my writing classes.

Teaching with Anne Lamott at Bird by Bird & Beyond in January 2014.

Teaching with Anne Lamott at Bird by Bird & Beyond in January 2014.

I’m teaching a new section of the Writing Is My Drink Webinar starting September 4th. I had so much fun teaching this new class based on my book Writing Is My Drink that I decided to teach it again this September. Enrollment is now open!

I’m currently teaching a four-week Memoir Essentials webinar. If you’d like to be in a future section of this class, email me at theonestorprods@gmail.com. This is a great class for anyone wanting to get started on writing a memoir or who wants some instruction part way through the process. Topics include: narrative structure, memoir as the story of the transformation of the self, zeroing in on your topic, scene/summary/musing, how to write a scene that sizzles, more.

My 2014/15 University of Washington Professional & Continuing Education memoir certificate course is full, but there are still 5 spots remaining on the wait list. Follow the link here to apply.

I’m teaching a nine-month manuscript at Hugo House in Seattle starting September 17, 2014. This class is for writers who have a start on a memoir and have previous workshop experience. If you want to take this class, I advise you to become a Hugo House member so you can sign up as soon as registration opens August 11th. Enrollment max is 15.

I will also be teaching a weekend memoir writers intensive in Austin in early January (more details next week).

That’s all for now!

As always, thanks for reading my blog.


About Theo Pauline Nestor

Author of Writing Is My Drink (Simon & Schuster) and How to Sleep Alone in a King-Size Bed. Learn more about my courses, editing, and coaching at TheoNestor.com.
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