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#1 of 6 Old 06-24-2008, 08:15 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Mamas,

I am thinking I am going to take an online magazine writing course. (online because we are going to be living in the boonies in a matter of weeks). Would any of you share experiences with those?

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If I were taking one, I'd consider the one of the renegade classes:
http://therenegadewriter.com/new-ren...riter-classes/
The books are fantastic as well.
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great...thanks! I was also looking at the Gotham writer's classes....We are moving soon and I will need some time to settle in ( we are moving from the suburbs to a rual ecovillage...) but after that...I am gung ho on the wrting classes


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does anyone know of any good nature writing classes by chance I am looking at the seattle writers workshop one now but looking for some others.

I have taken classes at www.writersvillage.com I have been doing them off and on for about 10 years now.

you might check out www.writersuniversity.com too

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If I were taking one, I'd consider the one of the renegade classes:
http://therenegadewriter.com/new-ren...riter-classes/
The books are fantastic as well.
I would absolutely take Linda Formichelli's intro class. You will have such an incredible understanding of the process of idea to research to query to article. Any of the classes there are probably great, but I think her intro one is awesome! You will be so motivated and have the tools you need to jump in!
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