APPS DUE MAR 18: Fiction Studio/Novel Intensive w Karen Karbo | Week of Apr 6 - Oct 5 | Online | 5 Spots Open

26 Weeks to Focus on Your Novel

Fiction Studio is based on the idea that inspiration, accountability, and community are essential to every novelist’s growth. Fiction Studio meets weekly for half the year, and its curriculum is designed to help you deepen your writing through a keener understanding of both literary craft and your own voice. There is a Saturday session and a Tuesday session. Fiction Studio is open to applications from all writers (see application information below). This creates the Studio’s special "novel intensive" experience: a consistent, deep, and supportive study of your writing in the company of other writers.  

Learn more about applying to the Fiction Studio

To Apply: To apply to join the next Fiction Studio, please send a writing sample of 20 pages of the novel you're workin on and a 250-word statement of purpose.

NOTE: This session of the studio is slated to run virtually, via Zoom. Applications are open until spots are filled.

APPLY NOW

Teacher: 
Time: 
Saturdays, 9am - 11am and 11am - 1pm (Pacific Time) (Two groups of 6), Week of Apr 6 - Oct 5
Location: 
Zoom | Online Workshop
Total Fee: 
Registration: $1395 (cash/check); $1445 (PayPal). Payment plans available (inquire).

A Statement of Our Values

The Attic Institute of Arts and Letters opposes the legitimation of bigotry, hate, and misinformation. As a studio for writers, we do not tolerate harassment or discrimination of any kind. We embrace and celebrate our shared pursuit of literature and languages as essential to crossing the boundaries of difference. To that end, we seek to maintain a creative environment in which every employee, faculty member, and student feels safe, respected, and comfortable — even while acknowledging that poems, stories, and essays delve into uncomfortable subjects. We accept the workshop as a place to question ourselves and to empathize with complex identities. We understand that to know the world is to write the world. Therefore, we reaffirm our commitment to literary pursuits and shared understanding by affirming diversity and open inquiry.