Drexel Storylab offers workshops on fiction writing, poetry, memoir, creative non-fiction and other genres for non-traditional students--professional adults, Drexel alumni, current Drexel professors and other interested community members. Storylab is taught by Drexel faculty and visiting writers who are accomplished authors.
Fiction Writing: All-Level Workshop
Teacher: Nomi Eve
Price: $400 *There is a 10% discount for Drexel Alumni.
Schedule: 8 Mondays, 6:15 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.
Location: Drexel University Campus
Sept 25, October 2, 16, 23,30, November 6, 13, 20 (No Class 10/9)
Are you looking for a supportive community of peers who will read your short fiction and offer constructive feedback? Novelist Nomi Eve guides participants towards the creation of impactful fiction.
- Students' short fiction forms the basis of weekly discussions.
- Teacher supplies weekly writing prompts. Workshop participants do not have to use the prompts. Prompts are intended to support, not replace students’ own creative process.
- Participants can hand in between 500 words - 8 pages double-spaced. Micro-fiction submissions of 500 words (or less) are fine. The higher word limit is only there for students who are itching to write and workshop something longer.
Each student is guaranteed to be workshopped 3 times during the course, but if pieces are shorter, students will get critiqued more often. Instructor will comment on and offer constructive critique all student efforts.
Questions? Contact Storylab Director Nomi Eve at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Storylab is an initiative of Drexel University College of Arts and Sciences housed in the Department of English and Philosophy.