Ever been curious about writing a historical fiction novel? Or maybe, right now, you’re writing some secret book during your lunch breaks at work?
Then you might want to check out my friend, Jessica McCann’s Online Historical Fiction Workshop. In case you’re wondering about its legitimacy, the class is part of Arizona State University’s Piper Center for Creative Writing’s Spring 2013 line-up.
Jessica is seriously cool, guys.
For one, she wrote this awesome, award-winning historical fiction novel called “All Different Kinds of Free,” about a free woman of color in 1837 who was abducted and sold into slavery. On top of that, we’ve both been published in PHOENIX Magazine.
I’m very familiar with ASU’s Piper Center for Creative Writing, so let me tell you: this workshop is no joke. Jessica needs some serious credentials to teach through them.
Here are the details:
- Workshop name: Bringing the Past to Life: Writing Historical Fiction
- When: April 2 – April 30, 2013 (four weeks)
- Where: ANYWHERE! It’s online and available to all.
- Venue: ASU Piper Writer’s Studio
- Required skill level: Useful to writers of all skill levels
- Registration: Click here now to register for the workshop (and get more info).
Go, do it! You won’t be sorry. And you’ll get to meet Jessica, too, which is even MORE awesome!