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Online Writing Course with Critique by Tom Piccirrili

Online classes will be conducted live via audio/video conference with PowerPoint presentations and chat lines. Audio or video capabilities (or special software) are NOT required for participation. However, a computer with Broadband Internet connection IS required.

Here is the course description:

Michael Knost Writers Workshop with Short Story Critique by Tom Piccirilli

Tuesday, February 15, 2011 (9:00p.m. eastern)
Plot vs. Character - by Michael Knost

Tuesday, February 22, 2011 (9:00p.m. eastern)
Creating Character Emotions - by Michael Knost

Tuesday, March 1, 2011 (9:00p.m. eastern)
Writing the Action Scene - by Michael Knost

Tuesday, March 8, 2011 (9:00p.m. eastern)
Writing the Love Scene - by Michael Knost

Students will turn in a short story (under 5,000 words) to be critiqued by:

Michael Knost and Tom Piccirilli.

Tom Piccirilli is a two-time winner of the International Thriller Writers Award for "Best Paperback Original" (2008, 2010). He is a four-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award. He was also a finalist for the 2009 Edgar Allan Poe Award given by the Mystery Writers of America, a final nominee for the Fantasy Award, and he won the first Bram Stoker Award given in the category of "Best Poetry Collection".

The cost will be $150.00, which will include the detailed critiques of your story.

I am accepting only the first 15 students.

Payment must be made in order to secure a slot as I am paying Tom for his critiques.

To sign up, please click the PAY NOW button to use PayPal or credit card:

For more information, (or if you are having problems with the online payment button) contact Michael via the "contact" page on this website. Please specify you are interested in the ONLINE CLASS in the message.









Michael Knost is a Bram Stoker Award-winning author, editor, and columnist of horror, dark fiction, and supernatural thrillers. He has written many books in various genres, helmed anthologies such as the Legends of the Mountain State series. His Writers Workshop of Horror recently won the Black Quill and Bram Stoker Award for superior achievement in nonfiction. He has also served as ghostwriter for several projects, including associations with the Discovery Channel and Lionsgate Media. He is currently writing a Mothman novel slated for release later this year.