Working Writers Offering Seasoned, Real-life Instruction
“Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach.” Or so the old saying goes… Except at Writers.com, where our teachers are published, working writers, who are also experienced writing teachers. They’re passionate about sharing their experience and paying it forward to help others. And they put that philosophy into practice every week, by offering direct feedback to each student. In a world of cheap Q&A-only workshops and massive open online courses, we’re staying true to the ideals of mentoring and human connections.
Unlike other schools that divert large amounts for administration and marketing, the bulk of the tuition you pay for a class through Writers.com goes directly to the teacher. We skip the bells and whistles, keeping our overhead low. That means your course fees go towards getting the best teachers possible, who can give your work the biggest boost.
Read more about the teachers on their individual pages.
Memoir, literary fiction, autobiography
Literary fiction, poetry, flash fiction, prose poem, memoir, journaling, experimental
Fiction, writing the novel
Giulietta “Julie” Nardone
Writing humor for writers of fiction and nonfiction
Starting to write, storytelling, character, personal growth
Creative nonfiction, personal essay, memoir
The novella, literary fiction and memoir.
Food writing, freelancing
Blogging, freelancing, digital media
Jonathan “J.G.” McClure
Poetry, essay, creative nonfiction
Julie Schwietert Collazo
Travel-writing, creative nonfiction, freelancer’s life skills, pitching the article
Laura Williams McCaffrey
Writing for children and YA
Visual journal, myth, fairy tale
Poetry, seeing, meditation and writing
Memoir, autobiographical fiction, poetry
Magazine articles, freelancing, sacred journaling
Rosemary Tantra Bensko
Short story, fiction, experimental fiction
Outlining the novel, writing the novel
Writing for children and YA, workshop and whole novel review
Fiction, mystery & suspense, ongoing manuscript workshop
Advanced creative nonfiction, freelancing