Adventure Writing Academy

is creating a Sci-Fi/Fantasy and RPG Writing Workshop

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The Adventure Writing Academy is an 11-month writing course that uses the Story Workshop Method to teach students how to write Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Tabletop Role Playing Games. Each class meets online for 10 four-hour writing workshops taught by Maggie Ritchie, who has an MFA in creative writing from Columbia College Chicago and is a certified story workshop teacher. During these workshops, students learn the craft of writing and create original work. Each class includes an industry insider guest student who has published professional work in the science fiction, fantasy, or tabletop games. Guest students are available to students at the end of courses for a brief Q&A.

The 11th session is focused specifically on game theory and design, and taught by a special industry insider. The 17/18 special guest is award-winning game designer Jay Little, known for designing X-Wing, Star Wars Narrative Dice System, and more! 
Tiers
Saturday Class
$99 or more per month only 8 left
WARNING: Classes begin in September, with the expectation of a 12 month payment commitment ($1,188 total).

This reserves a seat in the Saturday afternoon AWA course, which meets once a month for four hours, from 3-7 PM eastern time, for 11 total meetings. 

By registering, you pledge to make twelve payments of 99 dollars, for which you gain invitation to ten sessions, one special guest seminar featuring Jay Little, and required class materials.
Friday Class
$99 or more per month only 8 left
WARNING: Classes begin in September, with the expectation of a 12 month payment commitment ($1,188 total).

This reserves a seat in the Friday evening AWA course, which meets once a month for four hours, from 8 PM-12 AM eastern time.

By registering, you pledge to make twelve payments of 99 dollars, for which you gain invitation to ten sessions, one special guest seminar featuring Jay Little, and required class materials.
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It takes four students to make this project work, math wise. So once we hit that minimum, the Adventure Writing Academy is officially in business! 
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The Adventure Writing Academy is an 11-month writing course that uses the Story Workshop Method to teach students how to write Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Tabletop Role Playing Games. Each class meets online for 10 four-hour writing workshops taught by Maggie Ritchie, who has an MFA in creative writing from Columbia College Chicago and is a certified story workshop teacher. During these workshops, students learn the craft of writing and create original work. Each class includes an industry insider guest student who has published professional work in the science fiction, fantasy, or tabletop games. Guest students are available to students at the end of courses for a brief Q&A.

The 11th session is focused specifically on game theory and design, and taught by a special industry insider. The 17/18 special guest is award-winning game designer Jay Little, known for designing X-Wing, Star Wars Narrative Dice System, and more! 

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Tiers
Saturday Class
$99 or more per month only 8 left
WARNING: Classes begin in September, with the expectation of a 12 month payment commitment ($1,188 total).

This reserves a seat in the Saturday afternoon AWA course, which meets once a month for four hours, from 3-7 PM eastern time, for 11 total meetings. 

By registering, you pledge to make twelve payments of 99 dollars, for which you gain invitation to ten sessions, one special guest seminar featuring Jay Little, and required class materials.
Friday Class
$99 or more per month only 8 left
WARNING: Classes begin in September, with the expectation of a 12 month payment commitment ($1,188 total).

This reserves a seat in the Friday evening AWA course, which meets once a month for four hours, from 8 PM-12 AM eastern time.

By registering, you pledge to make twelve payments of 99 dollars, for which you gain invitation to ten sessions, one special guest seminar featuring Jay Little, and required class materials.