Elements of Literature Writing Workshops
Course Seven: Rewriting
Writers with a portfolio of published work may apply to participate in this course.
Registration closes Oct. 8
Class dates: Oct 11- Nov 13
Cost: 800 NIS for Israelis, 250 USD for everyone else.
*Registration is limited to students who have completed two or more of Dr. G’s face-to-face courses, online courses or writing retreats, or who have two or more publications and explicit permission from the instructor.
*Only ten students may enroll. To register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
Homework is given out and is due on Fridays and is returned on Mondays. Modes include: readings, synthesis questions, writing assignments and peer feedback. Multiple rewrites of a single, complete manuscript will additionally be required for this course. Fees are nonrefundable. Reading lists are provided upon receipt of full tuition.
The Importance of Rewriting (vs. Recycling)
The Importance of Habituated Writing
The Importance of Taking Risks
The Importance of Peer Review
The Importance of Heeding Professionals’ Critiques
The instructor: KJ Hannah Greenberg, National Endowment for the Humanities Scholar and three-time Pushcart Prize Nominee, publishes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. B’ayin tova, her 15th book, Word Citizen: Uncommon Thoughts on Writing, Motherhood & Life in Jerusalem, just launched, and she just signed a contract for her 18th book, The Nexus of the Sun, the Moon, and Mother.