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International Writers' Collective
50 minutes | Jul 11, 2021
Jing-Jing Lee Master Class Recording
In this master class, Jing-Jing Lee speaks about her historical novel 'How We Disappeared' with teacher Karen Kao. They discuss the delicate art of writing about trauma, interweaving multiple time periods and points of view, finding and working with an agent, and more.
49 minutes | Feb 21, 2021
Laura Wetherington Master Class Recording
In this master class, award-winning poet Laura Wetherington and Wende Crow discuss using fake translations for inspiration, the power of epistolary poems and confessionals, and much more.
39 minutes | Mar 1, 2020
Megin Jiménez Master Class Recording
In this master class, award-winning poet Megin Jiménez and Sarah Carriger discuss stocking the well of inspiration, finding the right place to submit your work, keeping writing fun and much more.
79 minutes | Oct 13, 2019
Rebecca O’Connor Master Class Recording
In this master class with Rebecca O’Connor, novelist, poet and editor of the literary magazine 'The Moth', we talked about her novel 'He Is Mine and I Have No Other' and the importance of setting, the challenges of capturing a teenage voice, the charms of the epistolary novel, the value of a good beta reader, some tips for those who’d like to see their work published in 'The Moth', and much more.
80 minutes | Jul 28, 2019
Caoilinn Hughes Master Class Recording
In this master class with award-winning Irish writer Caoilinn Hughes, we talked about her novel 'Orchid & the Wasp' and figuring out form, crafting a complex female protagonist, how to write when you don’t feel like it or have limited time, how publishing can kind of mess with your head and how to protect yourself, and much more.
89 minutes | Apr 1, 2019
Kristen Roupenian Master Class Recording
In this master class with Kristen Roupenian, we discussed her viral short story 'Cat Person' and a few others from her debut collection 'You Know You Want This'. Some of the specific topics covered included using horror and fantastical elements in your writing, learning when to stop revising, and dealing with the negative voice in your head.
73 minutes | Jan 17, 2019
Jennifer Clement Master Class Recording
In this master class with award-winning author Jennifer Clement, we discussed the challenges of writing about social issues, the role …
96 minutes | Aug 26, 2018
Joost Baars Master Class Recording
In this master class, award-winning poet Joost Baars and Sarah Carriger discussed the art of the line-break, poetry in translation, getting unstuck and more. Some inspiring words for poets and fiction writers alike.
95 minutes | Aug 12, 2018
Manu Joseph Master Class Recording
In this master class with award-winning Indian novelist Manu Joseph, we talked about his novel Miss Laila, Armed & Dangerous and getting political in your writing, the art of satire, the challenges of writing from the point of view of characters very different than yourself, the value of humour, finding your voice as a writer and more.
95 minutes | Jul 22, 2018
Karen Kao Master Class Recording
This master class with Karen Kao covered how to write violence effectively, include multiple points of view, incorporate research into historical fiction without being overwhelmed by it, find a publisher and much more. Please be aware that Karen's novel contains a rape scene which is read aloud in the class.
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