Write what obsesses you
Writers are often told “Write what you know,” but perhaps the advice should really be “Write what obsesses you.” In this class, we’ll explore ways that fiction writers might develop ideas that are not only objectively “good,” but particularly right for them.
This class is meant for beginners and advanced writers. Everyone should bring in two ideas that they’re either thinking of working on, or which they’ve already been working on with some degree of unsureness. We’ll have a supportive, robust and individualized discussion, as well as in-class exercises.