Specialty Classes

Specialty Classes for Women

WWf(a)C offers a rich array of specialty classes and workshops. Our specialty classes offer theme-based opportunities for writers and those wishing to explore other forms of creativity in addition to writing. Specialty Classes incorporate WWf(a)C circle practices into each session. Some adult classes are co-ed. Check back often as we offer new programs regularly!

Fall 2017 SoulCollageĀ® Circle

  • Date: 09-8-2017 to 11-17-2017
  • Time: 10:00 am to 1:30 pm
  • Tuition: $179.00
  • Open to: Women

Let's explore through our card-making together what is present and emerging in our lives and discover how our completed cards can serve as reflective partners to draw upon for inspiration, grounding, and guidance.

Co-Ed One-Day Specialty Classes

Vision Collage/Dream Board Boost Workshop

  • Date: 09-9-2017
  • Time: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
  • Tuition: $35.00
  • Open to: Adults

Boost your vision for your best life. You had dreams, goals and intentions in the beginning of this year. Did you meet all your goals, make your dreams come true? It's time to add a boost to the vision you had at the beginning of this year.

How To Write A Ten-Minute Play

  • Date: 09-23-2017
  • Time: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Tuition: $79.00
  • Open to: Anyone 16+ and Adults

Got a minute? How about ten? Come learn a new genre of writing. Add a new skill to your repertoire. You just may surprise yourself!

Luxuriance of Wildflowers - Finding Poetry and Words Beneath

  • Date: 09-30-2017
  • Time: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
  • Tuition: $35.00
  • Open to: All, ages 16 through adult

Join writer Annette Januzzi Wick of Women Writing for (a) Change and the Lloyd Library staff in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Cincinnati Wildflower Society, exploring and capturing, through words, the rich history of wildflowers in Ohio, the work of Lucy Braun, a well-known Cincinnati naturalist from the 1800's, and the collection of books and photographs in the Lloyd Library.

The World and the Story

  • Date: 10-7-2017
  • Time: 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm
  • Tuition: $60.00
  • Open to: Adults

In fiction, there's an interdependent relationship between world-building (the map) and narrative construction (the route). This class will examine the basics of plotting--the components of the romance, the mystery, and the quest--and how writers employ different types of stories in service to different visions of reality.

Co-Ed Specialty Classes

Building Blocks Intensive: Steps to a Compelling Narrative (8-Class Bundle)

  • Date: 09-29-2017 to 11-17-2017
  • Time: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
  • Tuition: $349.00
  • Open to: Anyone 18+ who has previously attended a WWf(a)C class

WWf(a)C presents eight weeks of intensive study into the art of creating a story. Many of the principles presented in these workshops are applicable to Fiction and Creative NonFiction. Throughout these eight weeks, we will examine various elements of story to help participants increase their knowledge and expertise in the construction of a written story. Each workshop is designed with hands-on exercises to help the writer hone an existing manuscript and in the creation of new material.

Building Blocks Intensive: Week 1: Naming the World: Story for Creative Writers

  • Date: 09-29-2017
  • Time: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
  • Tuition: $55.00
  • Open to: Anyone 18+ who has previously attended a WWf(a)C class

WWf(a)C presents eight weeks of intensive study into the art of creating a story. Many of the principles presented in these workshops are applicable to Fiction and Creative NonFiction. Throughout these eight weeks, we will examine various elements of story to help participants increase their knowledge and expertise in the construction of a written story. Each workshop is designed with hands-on exercises to help the writer hone an existing manuscript and in the creation of new material.

Building Blocks Intensive: Week 2: Opening Paragraph: Why It Matters

  • Date: 10-6-2017
  • Time: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
  • Tuition: $55.00
  • Open to: Anyone 18+ who has previously attended a WWf(a)C class

WWf(a)C presents eight weeks of intensive study into the art of creating a story. Many of the principles presented in these workshops are applicable to Fiction and Creative NonFiction. Throughout these eight weeks, we will examine various elements of story to help participants increase their knowledge and expertise in the construction of a written story. Each workshop is designed with hands-on exercises to help the writer hone an existing manuscript and in the creation of new material.

Building Blocks Intensive: Week 3: Develop the Character Your Reader Remembers

  • Date: 10-13-2017
  • Time: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
  • Tuition: $55.00
  • Open to: Anyone 18+ who has previously attended a WWf(a)C class

WWf(a)C presents eight weeks of intensive study into the art of creating a story. Many of the principles presented in these workshops are applicable to Fiction and Creative NonFiction. Throughout these eight weeks, we will examine various elements of story to help participants increase their knowledge and expertise in the construction of a written story. Each workshop is designed with hands-on exercises to help the writer hone an existing manuscript and in the creation of new material.

Building Blocks Intensive: Week 4: The Basic Elements

  • Date: 10-20-2017
  • Time: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
  • Tuition: $55.00
  • Open to: Anyone 18+ who has previously attended a WWf(a)C class

WWf(a)C presents eight weeks of intensive study into the art of creating a story. Many of the principles presented in these workshops are applicable to Fiction and Creative NonFiction. Throughout these eight weeks, we will examine various elements of story to help participants increase their knowledge and expertise in the construction of a written story. Each workshop is designed with hands-on exercises to help the writer hone an existing manuscript and in the creation of new material.

Building Blocks Intensive: Week 5: Seeing is Believing: Show and Tell

  • Date: 10-27-2017
  • Time: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
  • Tuition: $55.00
  • Open to: Anyone 18+ who has previously attended a WWf(a)C class

WWf(a)C presents eight weeks of intensive study into the art of creating a story. Many of the principles presented in these workshops are applicable to Fiction and Creative NonFiction. Throughout these eight weeks, we will examine various elements of story to help participants increase their knowledge and expertise in the construction of a written story. Each workshop is designed with hands-on exercises to help the writer hone an existing manuscript and in the creation of new material.

Building Blocks Intensive: Week 6: Plot and Narrative Arc

  • Date: 11-3-2017
  • Time: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
  • Tuition: $55.00
  • Open to: Anyone 18+ who has previously attended a WWf(a)C class

WWf(a)C presents eight weeks of intensive study into the art of creating a story. Many of the principles presented in these workshops are applicable to Fiction and Creative NonFiction. Throughout these eight weeks, we will examine various elements of story to help participants increase their knowledge and expertise in the construction of a written story. Each workshop is designed with hands-on exercises to help the writer hone an existing manuscript and in the creation of new material.

Building Blocks Intensive: Week 7: He Said What?

  • Date: 11-10-2017
  • Time: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
  • Tuition: $55.00
  • Open to: Anyone 18+ who has previously attended a WWf(a)C class

WWf(a)C presents eight weeks of intensive study into the art of creating a story. Many of the principles presented in these workshops are applicable to Fiction and Creative NonFiction. Throughout these eight weeks, we will examine various elements of story to help participants increase their knowledge and expertise in the construction of a written story. Each workshop is designed with hands-on exercises to help the writer hone an existing manuscript and in the creation of new material.

Building Blocks Intensive: Week 8: Fiction Versus Creative NonFiction

  • Date: 11-17-2017
  • Time: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
  • Tuition: $55.00
  • Open to: Anyone 18+ who has previously attended a WWf(a)C class

WWf(a)C presents eight weeks of intensive study into the art of creating a story. Many of the principles presented in these workshops are applicable to Fiction and Creative NonFiction. Throughout these eight weeks, we will examine various elements of story to help participants increase their knowledge and expertise in the construction of a written story. Each workshop is designed with hands-on exercises to help the writer hone an existing manuscript and in the creation of new material.