I’m teaching classes in three different places this spring. Here’s the lowdown:
On Tuesdays, from April 3 through May 22, I’ll be conducting a Writer’s Workshop at ELM, the Enrichment of Life Movement. Classes are held at the First United Methodist Church in Marietta. Mine runs from 10:45AM to 11:45AM (and conversations often spill over into lunch in the Family Life Hall).
On Tuesdays in April, I’ll be teaching a class on Writing Historical Fiction at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, GA from 5-7PM.
On Wednesdays, from April 4 through May 23, I’ll be teaching classes at OLLI, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, hosted by Kennesaw State University, in the KSU Center on Busbee Drive in Kennesaw, GA.
I’ve got a number of speaking engagements lined up for April, but there’s always room for more. If you’re interested in having me as a guest speaker at your school, club, or organization, I’d love to chat with you. I offer a 30-45 minute presentation called “Write a Novel in 30 Minutes.” It’s a highly interactive program about what goes into a work of fiction. As part of the process, I will direct the audience to create a genre novel from scratch. The process involves music, laughter, and a good bit of instruction you won’t find anywhere else. Drop me a line at: DruidJosh@gmail.com
I promise to leave Godzilla at home!