Writing and Publishing

 

The Writer's Life

6 different writing courses:

  • Writing Your Life’s Story: Learn how to get your most treasured memories written down for posterity. Instruction includes plot, character, theme, and a step-by-step guide to writing your stories.
  • Writer’s Tool Box: All the tools, skills and mindset you need to start your writing career. Instruction includes tricks and tips to keep writing, what to read, where to write and how to get your best prose out into the world.
  • How to Write Strong Characters: This class teaches how to build a complete profile for each character and let them drive your plot.
  • Will Write for Food: This class is held at a local restaurant where students dine, taste wine pairings, talk with Chef and then write on the experience. Instruction includes submission and tips to write for local publications. Class will meet at Apple Farm in San Luis Obispo for winemaker’s dinner.
  • Screenwriting for the Soul: Tips, ideas, skill set and more to write your script and sell it to Hollywood or produce it yourself.
  • Promoting Your Writing. Tips for blogging, magazine, e-publishing, and pitching your work. Instruction includes ideas for script distribution, agents, and marketing your published work.

 

INSTRUCTOR: Teri Bayus

QUESTIONS: Contact instructor at livewell@teribayus.com or (805) 305-0579.


Spring 2015

LOCATION: San Luis Obispo Campus Room 4760

Register Online for Series

FEE: $150

DATES: 6 Wed: Jan 28 - Mar 4, 2015

TIME: 6:00 - 8:00pm

# WR9SS0.115

OR for Any Individual Workshop

FEE: $30 Each 

  • 1/28 - Writing Your Life’s Story: Learn how to get your most treasured memories written down for posterity. Instruction includes plot, character, theme, and a step-by-step guide to writing your stories. HERE

 

  • 2/4 - Writer’s Tool Box: All the tools, skills and mindset you need to start your writing career. Instruction includes tricks and tips to keep writing, what to read, where to write and how to get your best prose out into the world. HERE

 

  • 2/11 - How to Write Strong Characters: This class teaches how to build a complete profile for each character and let them drive your plot. HERE

 

  • 2/18 - Will Write for Food: This class is held at a local restaurant where students dine, taste wine pairings, talk with Chef and then write on the experience. Instruction includes submission and tips to write for local publications. Class will meet at Apple Farm in San Luis Obispo for winemaker’s dinner. HERE

 

  • 2/25 - Screenwriting for the Soul: Tips, ideas, skill set and more to write your script and sell it to Hollywood or produce it yourself. HERE

 

  • 3/4 - Promoting Your Writing. Tips for blogging, magazine, e-publishing, and pitching your work. Instruction includes ideas for script distribution, agents, and marketing your published work. HERE


 

LOCATION: North County Campus Paso Robles Room N2442

Register Online for Series

FEE: $150

DATES: 6 Wed: Mar 25 - Apr 29, 2015

TIME: 6:00 - 8:00pm

# WR9SN0.115

OR for Any Individual Workshop

FEE: $30

  • 3/25 - Writing Your Life’s Story: Learn how to get your most treasured memories written down for posterity. Instruction includes plot, character, theme, and a step-by-step guide to writing your stories. HERE

 

  • 4/1 - Writer’s Tool Box: All the tools, skills and mindset you need to start your writing career. Instruction includes tricks and tips to keep writing, what to read, where to write and how to get your best prose out into the world. HERE

 

  • 4/8 - How to Write Strong Characters: This class teaches how to build a complete profile for each character and let them drive your plot. HERE

 

  • 4/15 - Will Write for Food: This class is held at a local restaurant where students dine, taste wine pairings, talk with Chef and then write on the experience. Instruction includes submission and tips to write for local publications. Class will meet at Apple Farm in San Luis Obispo for winemaker’s dinner. HERE

 

  • 4/22 - Screenwriting for the Soul: Tips, ideas, skill set and more to write your script and sell it to Hollywood or produce it yourself. HERE

 

  •  4/29 - Promoting Your Writing. Tips for blogging, magazine, e-publishing, and pitching your work. Instruction includes ideas for script distribution, agents, and marketing your published work. HERE

 

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