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Orson Scott Card announces 2011 Writing Class and Literary Boot Camp

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Card and others during story critique at Literary Boot Camp in 2009

Aspiring SF and fantasy writers may be interested in multiple Hugo and Nebula award-winning author Orson Scott Card’s annual Writing Class and Literary Boot Camp in Greensboro, North Carolina this August. I attended both the first year Card offered them, and for me, at least (as well as for essentially all other attendees I’ve talked to), they have been of enormous value.

Uncle Orson’s Writing Class
August 8-9, 2011
$175.00

This seminar is open to novice and experienced writers alike — college-aged and older.  Students in Uncle Orson’s Writing class take part in two days of discussions, lectures, and idea sessions, right along with participants in the Literary Boot Camp.

Literary Boot Camp
August 8-13, 2011
$725.00

Literary Boot Camp is open only to writers — college-aged and older — who are serious about professional level work.  Following the two-day Writing Class, the Boot Camp writers go on with four intense days of creating and critiquing new stories developed at the beginning of the week – all under the leadership of noted author Orson Scott Card.

Enrollment for each Literary Boot Camp is limited to no more than 14 participants and is by application only.

Location: Sheraton Greensboro Hotel at Four Seasons
Joseph S. Koury Convention Center
3121 High Point Road
Greensboro, NC 27407
Link: http://www.hatrack.com/misc/bootcamp2011/

Photo courtesy of Steve Stewart

 

Uncle Orson’s Writing Class
August 8-9, 2011
$175.00
This seminar is open to novice and experienced writers alike — college-aged and older.  Students in Uncle Orson’s Writing class take part in two days of discussions, lectures, and idea sessions, right along with participants in the Literary Boot Camp.
Literary Boot Camp
August 8-13, 2011
$725.00
Literary Boot Camp is open only to writers — college-aged and older — who are serious about professional level work.  Following the two-day Writing Class, the Boot Camp writers go on with four intense days of creating and critiquing new stories developed at the beginning of the week – all under the leadership of noted author Orson Scott Card.
Enrollment for each Literary Boot Camp is limited to no more than 14 participants and is by application only.
Location: Sheraton Greensboro Hotel at Four Seasons
Joseph S. Koury Convention Center
3121 High Point Road
Greensboro, NC 27407

 

 

 

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