Advanced Prose Workshop II

Our signature creative writing workshop will focus on editing and revising your in-progress work and offer exercises to keep you in flow. We’ll gather in person at our new location at the Harvey Milk Center for the Arts in San Francisco to talk about narrative concepts, examine each other’s work, share ideas and edits, challenge each other, and cheer each other on. We’ll post revisions, edits and readings once a week online and/or bring them to class.

This is a supportive, yet challenging environment for writers of short stories, novels, creative nonfiction, or memoir. Join us and you’ll be rolling up your sleeves and getting to work from the first class, revising pieces you have already started to write as well as writing new scenes, bringing your narrative to life. Take this class if you have already found the project you want to work on and need the structure of a workshop to see you through drafting, editing, and development.

Date

November 12, 2022 - December 10, 2022
Ongoing...

Time

10:30 am - 1:30 pm

Cost

$325

Location

Harvey Milk Recreational Arts Center
50 Scott Street, San Francisco
Alexandra Kostoulas

Instructor

Alexandra Kostoulas

Alexandra Kostoulas has an MFA in Creative Writing and English from Mills College and a BA in Literature & Creative Writing from the College of Creative Studies at UCSB. She runs the Jack Grapes METHOD WRITING Program in San Francisco. She has over a decade of experience teaching English and Writing at the college level. She has been been nominated for awards in fiction, poetry, and journalism and has won a few. She has published short stories, a few journalistic pieces, and a lot of individual poems across a wide array of literary journals and other media. She has performed her work on stage at readings both locally and nationally. She is currently at work on finishing up her novel, Persephone Stolen.