Public Class: Writing Through Fatigue

July 28, 2024— 4 PM to 6 PM ET


One of the things about being a writer is that there are points in your career where you have to write, even when your surroundings aren’t conducive to it. In this workshop, we learn to write in between the moments of stress and when you find yourself too tired to write. Together we tackle the external and internal reasons that prevent us from writing.

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  • Interest in writing fiction, but you do not need to have written anything or be published
  • You will also need to have a device to connect via Zoom
  • You do not need a web camera but you do need a working microphone, the internet, and speakers or headphones

Grant Seat

In each of my short fiction classes, I offer one or more seats for a person of color of a marginalized gender or sexuality, funded in part by my Patreon supporters. For this class, I have one chair reserved. This includes, but is absolutely not limited to, women of color, trans or gay men of color, nonbinary people of color, and more. If you are uncertain whether you are eligible, don’t self reject: fill out the application!

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