Writing Workshop: Matters of Audience


Limited Time Left to Register!

Registration closes Jan. 21 Open until noon, Jan. 22 for Elephant members, only.

Class dates: Jan. 24- Feb. 26 (5 weeks)

 

Rationale: Lucid writing is not enough for publication. Work needs to suit the venue to which it’s sent and the readers for which it’s intended. Learn about the publishing industry’s gatekeepers and how to make them, and the audiences that they represent, happy.

 

Topics: The Nature of Audience, Gatekeepers as Primary Audiences, Readers as Secondary Audiences, Gatekeeper Relationships, and Reader Relationships

 

Elements of Literature Online Writing Workshops

Course Nine: Matters of Audience

 

Means: reading, writing, receiving instructor’s critiques, and dialoguing with classmates.

Specifically: Channie sends out readings and homework assignments, students complete the homework, and then Channie sends students critiques of their work.

Note: Channie’s courses are only for writers who want to improve their skills.

To register, contact drkarenjoy@yahoo.com .

Cost: 1000 NIS for Israelis, 300 USD for everyone else. Pay via PayPal.

Fees are nonrefundable. Reading lists are provided upon receipt of full tuition. 

 

Why:

Channie has been teaching writing in university or private settings for more than 35 years.

 

Channie is the real deal!  If you enjoy creative writing, I urge you to take a class with her.  She is a teacher/writer with street cred and, what’s more, a hibernaculum of imaginary hedgehogs.  You will be surprised by the fun you will have and what you can accomplish in just one of her courses. - D. Carlyle, Winnipeg, Canada

 

Channie has 15 small press books published and several others under contract. She’s a four-time Pushcart Prize Nominee and a National Endowment for the Humanities scholar.

 

I am so gratified by Channie’s positive and encouraging responses. My online course with her was the most amazing, often grueling, and deeply instructive course I have taken since who-knows-when! I have grown immeasurably in whatever skills I have merited gaining. It has been an honor to learn from the very best! I am grateful. - Devorah Druxman, New York City.

 

Channie has been an editor for scholarly or literary periodicals for more than 30 years.

 

Channie is like a good parent. She encourages you when you do well but will also let you know when you are going astray. Best of all, she has a unique way of teaching that forces you to learn even when you are resistant.

- Joan Gross, Nahariya, Israel.

 

Hannah has been selling her writing since 1975. She can empower you with skills that enable you to sell yours.