Workshop & Course Schedule

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2017
October workshops
Toronto: “How to Make Yourself Write,” Saturday, Oct 14. Details here.
Oakville: “How to Write a Bestseller,” with New York Times #1 bestselling author Kelley
     Armstrong, Saturday, Oct 21. Details here.
Caledon: “Secrets of Writing a Page-Turner, Saturday, Oct 28, at the Bolton library. Details here.

November
Burlington: Free Meet-ups for wWriters, Wednesdays, Nov 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29. Details here.
Barrie: “Writing With Style,” Saturday, November 4. Details here.
London: “Writing for Children & for Young Adults,” Saturday, November 11. Details here.
Guelph: “How to Get Published ~ a mini-conference with an author, a literary agent, and an
editor from HarperCollins,
 Saturday, Nov 18. Details here
Burlington: “How to Build Your Story ~ Plotting novels & Writing short stories,” with
     author Hannah McKinnon, Saturday, Nov 25. Details here.


December
Toronto: “From the Horse’s Mouth ~ Strategies for Getting Published,” ~ a seminar 
with a literary agent, and two editors: one from House of Anansi Press and the other from Simon & Schuster, Saturday, Dec 2, at Ryerson University. Details here

2018
Courses offered in the new year, introductory to intensive (Details of all six here):
Oakville:  “Exploring Creative Writing,” Thursday mornings, Jan 25 – March 29. Details here.
Toronto: “Exploring Creative Writing,” Friday afternoons, Feb 2 – March 29. Details here.
Burlington: “Writing Personal Stories,” Thursday afternoons, Jan 25 – March 15. Details here.
Burlington: “Intensive Creative Writing,” Tuesday afternoons, Jan 16 – March 20;
 1st readings emailed Jan 9. Details here.
Burlington: “Intensive Creative Writing,” Thursday evenings, Jan 18 – March 22;
  1st readings emailed Jan 11. Details here.
Toronto: “Intensive Creative Writing,” Friday mornings, Jan 19 – March 23;
  1st readings emailed Jan 12. Details here.
Details of all six courses offered in the new year here.  

Brian's schedule  has something for everyone; from beginner to advanced writers, and everyone in
between. The "Welcome to Creative Writing" and "Writing Your Life" courses are a great place
to start. If you have your own writing project in progress, such as short stories, memoirs, or a novel, 
you'll benefit from a "Next Step in Creative Writing" course. More experienced writers will want 
an "Intensive Creative Writing" course to work on their writing projects and hone their skills.
One-day workshops that address things such as How to Build Your Story and How to Get
Published are offered on Saturdays or Sundays. A great way to spend a day with people who
share a passion for words.

See you at a course or workshop soon!