Writing Scenes that Show Don't Tell

Writing Scenes that Show Don’t Tell

Ready to do some scene writing? Join author Linda Clare for this free library workshop and Write Scenes that Show Don’t Tell. 
Winter Warmup Series

Winter Warmup Series

Just starting out with writing and not sure what you want to write? Looking for some variety in your writing repertoire?  Join us for the Winter Warmup Series. Take one, two, or take them all! From romance writing to noir writing to memoir, we’ve got a class for everyone.
January Springfield Library Workshop: So You Want to Write a Memoir

January Springfield Library Workshop: So You Want to Write a Memoir

Ready to write your memoir? Join author Bronwynn Dean for this memoir writing workshop at the Springfield Public Library on January 14!
Fiction Fluency Seminars with Eric Witchey

Fiction Fluency Seminars with Eric Witchey

Write deeper, write faster, write better. Discover how readers internalize story in heart and mind with Eric Witchey’s Fiction Fluency Seminars. Register now!
Doing More For You--From Our New Office!

Doing More For You–From Our New Office!

Woop woop! We’re excited! We’ve found what will be a wonderful new home for Lane County’s literary hub. And it’s much more than an office. It’s an opportunity.
Build a World, Write Stories In It with Nina Kiriki Hoffman

Build a World, Write Stories In It with Nina Kiriki Hoffman

Explore worlds of your own creation, where you make all the rules and direct fate in this six-week workshop with Nina Kiriki Hoffman.
Fiction Fantastic 2019 - Young Writers Contest

Fiction Fantastic 2019 – Young Writers Contest

Are you ready to write your own adventure? Fiction Fantastic Young Writers Contest is now open!

Matthew Lowes joins us for July WWW!

Join us the 3rd Wednesday of the month for stimulating conversation and wine! Each month will feature a different professional writer, agent, or editor to talk about the business and craft of writing. Get yourself a glass of vino and pull up a seat! WWWs are free to the public (21 and over). Donations to ... Continue Reading »

The Best Part of Summer is Camp!

Who’s got the coolest camp counselors?!

Free July Workshop at Springfield Library!

Flash Fiction Monday, July 25, 5:30-7:30, FREE Springfield Public Library, 225 N 5th St, Springfield Sudden fiction, flash fiction, micro fiction, the short-short story…whatever you call them, these slim compositions pack a lot of story into just a few words. In spite of their small size, short shorts give you plenty of room to explore ... Continue Reading »

Free June Workshop at Springfield Library!

Wordcrafters at the Springfield Library Fundamentals of the Short Story with Eliot Treichel Monday, June 20, 5:30-7:30, FREE Springfield Public Library, 225 N 5th St, Springfield This class will examine the building blocks of short fiction–including language, dialogue, point-of-view, scene, and structure–and get you on your way to writing your own short story. The class ... Continue Reading »

Carola Dunn joins us for WWW in June!

Join us the 3rd Wednesday of the month for stimulating conversation and wine! Each month will feature a different professional writer, agent, or editor to talk about the business and craft of writing. Get yourself a glass of vino and pull up a seat! WWWs are free to the public (21 and over). Donations to ... Continue Reading »

Memoir with Melissa Hart!

Part 1: Finding Your Story 4 Tuesdays: July 5, 12, 19, and August 2 from 6:00-8:00 pm (no class July 26) Wordcrafters Workshop, 438 Charnelton, Suite 102 $165 Ready to start writing your memoir? Part one of this workshop led by local memoirist Melissa Hart teaches participants how to choose a theme and/or era around which ... Continue Reading »

Last Advancing Craft Class for Spring!

Tools for Strengthening Craft and Revising Fiction You’ve learned the foundations of writing–character, plot, point of view, setting–but how do you take your writing from rough draft to publishable? This series of six craft classes is designed to give you tools to deepen your understanding of craft and help you identify and correct the top ... Continue Reading »

New Class! Building Scenes

Tools for Strengthening Craft and Revising Fiction You’ve learned the foundations of writing–character, plot, point of view, setting–but how do you take your writing from rough draft to publishable? This series of six craft classes is designed to give you tools to deepen your understanding of craft and help you identify and correct the top ... Continue Reading »

Lauren Kessler joins us for May WWW

Join us the 3rd Wednesday of the month for stimulating conversation and wine! Each month will feature a different professional writer, agent, or editor to talk about the business and craft of writing. Get yourself a glass of vino and pull up a seat! WWWs are free to the public (21 and over). Donations to Wordcrafters ... Continue Reading »

Creative Writing Summer Camps Are Open!

Words & Worlds Creative Writing & Performing Camp Wordcrafters is partnering with SIRENS to create this special writing and performing camp to empower girls to find and share their stories through poetry, story-telling, and performance. Write around Alton Baker Park. Explore different aspects of writing and performing. Campers will: Create Personal Fables Find Stories in ... Continue Reading »

New Class: Structure & Plot

Tools for Strengthening Craft and Revising Fiction You’ve learned the foundations of writing–character, plot, point of view, setting–but how do you take your writing from rough draft to publishable? This series of six craft classes is designed to give you tools to deepen your understanding of craft and help you identify and correct the top ... Continue Reading »

New Class! Writing Effective Dialog

Tools for Strengthening Craft and Revising Fiction You’ve learned the foundations of writing–character, plot, point of view, setting–but how do you take your writing from rough draft to publishable? This series of six craft classes is designed to give you tools to deepen your understanding of craft and help you identify and correct the top ... Continue Reading »