Teaching

Learning to write is a lifelong process. There’s always some element of the craft you can–and should!–be striving to improve. My quest to get better, as a writer, led to my reviewing books and participating in workshops… and, eventually, teaching courses through the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program and University of Toronto.

I am currently on a break from teaching and am no longer accepting new students either for classes or one on one mentorships. However, I do sometimes blog about the craft of writing, generating mini-lectures and other resources for new authors. Links to writing essays can be found here.

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Learning to write is a lifelong process. There’s always some element of the craft you can–and should!–be striving to improve. My quest to get better, as a writer, led to my reviewing books and participating in workshops… and, eventually, teaching courses through the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program and University of Toronto.

I am currently on a break from teaching and am no longer accepting new students either for classes or one on one mentorships. However, I do sometimes blog about the craft of writing, generating mini-lectures and other resources for new authors. Links to writing essays can be found here.

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Nobody writes immaculate first drafts. Learning to read well and deeply, and to give honest, open-hearted critiques to your peers is the path to learning to make your own writing better.

One Response to Teaching

  1. jeremy yang says:

    the text help m alot in writing my work,thanks for this author!

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