‘Genres aren’t closed boxes. Stuff flows back and forth across the borders all the time.’
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Not only is the “Prophet of Dystopia” Margaret Atwood writing a sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale, she is also teaching an online course for the first time ever.
In partnership with online education platform MasterClass, one of the most important writers in modern literary circles Margaret Atwood will give her students an inside look at how she creates her timeless stories. If you’re an aspiring author, Margaret Atwood Teaches Creative Writing will help strengthen your novel with compelling plots and fascinating characters.
“Genres aren’t closed boxes. Stuff flows back and forth across the borders all the time.”Margaret Atwood
A timeless approach to storytelling
In 20+ lessons, students will learn how the author of The Handmaid’s Tale constructs powerful storytelling by analyzing literary classics and her own novels.
The class comes with a downloadable workbook that includes lesson summaries and homework assignments to help you perfect your craft. You’ll also be able to upload videos to get class feedback. Margaret will review select student work as well!
Keep in mind your aspiring writer family or friends. If you think they’d be interested in the class, gift it to them!
If you’ve never taken a MasterClass before, it’s a great opportunity to take a peek into the mind and explore the process of some of the world’s leading experts in photography, writing, music production, filmmaking, and even cooking. You may be aware of Malcolm Gladwell’s writing
If you’re looking for a great Christmas gift, considering gifting one of the courses to a loved one or friend. Even better, gift someone the All-Access Pass so they can take all the courses they want.
“If you’re put on a pedestal you’re supposed to behave like a pedestal type of person. Pedestals actually have a limited circumference. Not much room to move around.”