Writing for the Young Reader
An in-depth approach to writing for children and teens designed to address the needs both of the beginner and of the more experienced writer. Through a combination of lessons, exercises, and workshops, students will hone their craft with detailed study of the elements of fiction and a closer look at what makes children’s literature exciting, enduring, and fun. The first hour of each class session will contain a combination of readings, lessons, discussions, and creative writing exercises. The second hour of each class will be devoted to workshopping student writing.
April 3 – May 22
Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus
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Looking for something more personal? Elissa regularly works with writers of all ages–in person and online–to provide honest, incisive feedback on their work.
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“Elissa went above and beyond as a reader and mentor… her incredibly smart feedback pushed the story to another level.”
– MAGGIE, FORMER STUDENT