Monthly Archives: February 2012

Tune in to Writing Tips

Whether  a novice or veteran, we often need inspiration – and sometimes instruction – to develop or improve our writing. But where can we turn for sage advice?

Local colleges, community centers, and writers’ groups offer classes, support, and symposiums … but they are often costly as well as difficult to schedule.

Now through iTunes, writers can access a veritable plethora of courses, both general and genre-specific, for free! Check out the list below, courtesy of MediaBistro.com:

New Mexico State’s Mythology Course

Open University’s Creative Writing Course

Washington College’s The Tolkien Professor Course

Oxford University’s Approaching Shakespeare Course

Liberty University’s Composition & Rhetoric Course

Open University’s Start Writing Fiction Course

Oxford University’s Tolkien at Oxford Course

Stanford University’s Literature of Crisis Course

Missouri State University’s Knights & Maidens Literature Course

University of Alabama’s Zombies! The Living Dead in Literature Course

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