Each week, for six weeks, I’ll send you a special writing assignment that consists of three clues: a character, a setting, and a pivotal object that exists within the story you’re going to write.
These images will be accompanied by an audio lesson on how to write using one of six senses: sight, sound, touch, scent, taste, and intuition.
Use that sense with the three clues to create a unique story each week!
You’ll also be invited to a private online forum where you can discuss each week’s assignment and share your writing in our community.
Sign up now. The first assignment will hit your inbox on Sunday, December 31st (or as soon as you sign up if it is after that date).
I will also send you my weekly newsletters about writing and the programs we offer at the school, which you can unsubscribe from anytime.
S arah Selecky started this school to help writers centre their relationship with writing, learn excellent craft and technique, and nourish their spirit as they work. Her first book, This Cake Is for the Party, was a finalist for the Scotiabank Giller Prize, shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for Best First Book, and longlisted for the Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award. Her second book, Radiant Shimmering Light, was published in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, the U.K., the U.S., and Poland. It's been optioned for television and will be a premium one-hour series.
e’ve been offering vibrant online creative writing programs since 2010. Our programs offer a deep and thorough study of craft and technique that respects your intellect and your intuition.
Learn with a peer-based community that’s built on a spirit of generosity, wonder, and mutual respect.
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Our school welcomes people of all identities, races, abilities, and interests. We share an inclusive, generous, and heart-centered point of view, and are committed to cultivating a culture of empathy and insight.
Our headquarters are on the traditional territory of the Wendat, Anishnaabeg, and Haudenosaunee Peoples, adjacent to Kanien'kehá:ka (Mohawk) territory.