I. Is this good, bad, indifferent? How do I know?? Writing Groups & the Craft of Revision
**EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: $169 before January 14**
Dr. Britton Gildersleeve
Mondays, February 3, 10, 17, 24, and March 3 and 10—6:00-8:00 PM
$189—Class limited to 15 students.
A lot of books and articles address the creative process, but not the craft of revision. For instance: why does revision have to be so hard? And how do you tell if a piece needs revision and where? And what about whether the piece should be a memoir, a personal essay, a short story, or even a poem? Revision is hard, but less so when done with the right tools and in the right company. This workshop offers both: six glorious weeks working with fellow writers to perfect a single piece, or several. We will focus on re-visioning our works, revision strategies, cover letters, markets, and more.
Poet and writer Britton Gildersleeve teaches at Oklahoma State University, where she also directs a federal grant—the OSU Writing Project. Her work has appeared in New Millennium Writings, Nimrod, Calyx, Spoon River, and The Florida Review, among other journals.