12.1.16

It's not too late to sign up for January Virtual Classes


Stack Of Books, Vintage Books, Book




We just started this week, but there's still plenty of room and lots of time to catch up.
Four Fantastic Virtual Workshops:
Flash: 8 weeks
http://wow-womenonwriting.com/classroom/GilaGreen_FlashFictionWorkshop.php

Literary Devices I & II 6 weeks: http://wow-womenonwriting.com/classroom/GilaGreen_MemorableWritingLiteraryDevicesI.php

How to Publish Your Short Story 4 weeks: http://wow-womenonwriting.com/classroom/GilaGreen_PublishShortStoryWorkshop.php

OR if you're in the area, sign up for my four week workshop in Jerusalem offered through Temech.

The JWWS network, in conjunction with Temech, is pleased to announce our FOURTH SESSION for all women writers…
The JWWS Writers’ Educational Network
For Women

Registration is via Temech’s office (02- 538-8665, press 0 and say you are calling for JWWS/ Writers’ Courses) and tell them you are registering for the next JWWS course that is to begin on Jan 19th. To ensure your place you must pre-register.
These JWWS courses will be a pre-paid and pre-booked only in advance option.
Price for full course, all four sessions: 200 NIS per person
Price for only one session at a time: 75 NIS per person

Hurry to reserve your spot – spaces go quickly!
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The JWWS Session FOUR

Course Title: The Art of Short Story Writing
Course Instructor: Gila Green

Course dates: Jan, 19, 26, Feb 2, Feb 9th 
Tuesday mornings, 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 pm
Location: Shaarei Hair, on the corner of Yaffo and Sarei Yisroel, in the Jerusalem Hub of Temech, 9th floor.
Course Description:
Get your creative story juices flowing!
This course is for anyone who wants to sharpen her short story writing skills with a view to publication. Though the focus is on short stories, the skill-based classes apply to novel writing.  There will be an in-class writing assignment each week + instructor feedback.
  • What is a short story? Short stories must have five elements: character, plot, conflict, location and theme.
  • Literary Devices: Crucial tools in our writer’s toolkit. We will learn how to control our pace and deepen our theme with two invaluable devices. 
  • The most important thing: Why are you telling us this story? Who cares? Story vs. craft and why story always wins.
  • The importance of Revision and the path to Publishing. 
Bio

Gila Green’s fiction has been short-listed for seven international awards, including twice for the Walrus Literary Award, and twice for the Best New Writing Award. She has published more than thirty short stories and a smattering of poetry and Flash Fiction. Her first novel King of the Class was released by independent literary publisher, NON Publishing (Vancouver, 2013). Her stories and articles appear in tens of literary magazines in the USA, Canada, Australia, Israel and Hong Kong, including Fiction Magazine, Many Mountains Moving, The Saranac Review, Tel Aviv Stories, and Bridges: A Jewish Feminist Journal. Gila holds an MA in Creative Writing from Bar Ilan University and has a Bachelor of Journalism and English Literature degree (Canada). Gila has taught numerous creative writing classes and has edited more than a dozen books to publication. She is currently working on a suspense novel titled Tova Vigilante. For more see: www.gilagreenwrites.com

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