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Class Title Section Start • End Dates County Description Start Date End Date Instructor Name Location Building/Room Hours (CEUs) Class Meetings Enrollment Inst. Method Cost Books Registration
Bob Dylan: 1962-1966 (Part 1)C31228/23 - 9/27ChathamThis class traces the early years of Bob Dylan's career, with a focus on the lyrics of his best songs. It immerses you in Dylan's themes and techniques, with an ear to applying them to your own poetry or song lyrics. This class is for aspiring or practicing songwriters, music lovers, and poets. This class is part 1 of a 2-part series, expanding upon Bob Dylan as a Poet offered in Fall 2016.August 23, 2017September 27, 2017Ralph EarlePMC (Pittsboro Main Campus) (opens in a new window)Pittsboro Small Business, room 103G12.00 (1.20)
  • Wednesday, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
12 seats of 12 available 1TR-Traditional$112n/a
Bob Dylan: The Later YearsC311910/4 - 11/8ChathamThis class traces the later career of Nobel Laureate Bob Dylan, from "Blood on the Tracks" through his religious conversion, through the roots revival to his remarkable late-career renaissance. We'll discover the lesser known gems in his catalog, with an ear for the poetry in the lyrics.October 4, 2017November 8, 2017Ralph EarlePMC (Pittsboro Main Campus) (opens in a new window)Pittsboro Small Business, room 103G12.00 (1.20)
  • Wednesday, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
12 seats of 12 available 1TR-Traditional$112n/a
Introduction to Writing Short FictionC31239/11 - 10/30ChathamStudents will learn the basic components of short fiction writing: scene structure, dialogue, openings and will complete one short story.September 11, 2017October 30, 2017Ruth MoosePMC (Pittsboro Main Campus) (opens in a new window)Pittsboro Small Business, room 103G20.00 (2.00)
  • Monday, 6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
10 seats of 12 available 1TR-Traditional$175n/a
POETRY: Humor, Angst, Reverie?C31179/21 - 10/26ChathamThis course will study ways different types of poems, such as humor and reverie use tone, structure, narrative and rhythm for effective expressions. We will critique notable work, provide critique opportunities for participants and use prompts to explore and develop ideas. Appropriate for new or experienced poets; useful for short fiction/crossover work.September 21, 2017October 26, 2017Thomas Dow II () unknown12.00 (1.20)n/a12 seats of 12 available 1TR-Traditional$90n/a
The Business of Writing RomanceC31219/16 - 9/16ChathamEver wanted to write a romance novel...and get it published? The Business of Writing Romance is a seven-week workshop-style class covering the creative and business side of romance. Learn how to create memorable characters, edit and prepare your work for publication, how to market your work, and more.September 16, 2017September 16, 2017Dolly SicklesPMC (Pittsboro Main Campus) (opens in a new window)Pittsboro Small Business, room 103G6.00 (0.60)
  • Saturday, 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
14 seats of 15 available 1TR-Traditional$50n/a
The Business of Writing for ChildrenC31169/12 - 10/24ChathamIf you've dreamed of writing a children's book, this is the course for you! Practice the creative side of the craft while developing your own manuscript, and learn the business side of writing, including how to identify publishers, how to prepare your submission, and how to market your work. There are two suggested texts for this class.September 12, 2017October 24, 2017Dolly SicklesPMC (Pittsboro Main Campus) (opens in a new window)Pittsboro Small Business, room 103G14.00 (1.40)
  • Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
12 seats of 15 available 1TR-Traditional$95n/a
Writing Poetry for Everyday, EverybodyC311811/11 - 11/11ChathamThere is beauty in everyday, the ordinary if we learn to look with "new eyes". In this class, we will read examples of everyday things and write extraordinary works. The class is for all levels of learning and writing.November 11, 2017November 11, 2017Ruth MoosePMC (Pittsboro Main Campus) (opens in a new window)Pittsboro Small Business, room 103G5.00 (0.50)
  • Saturday, 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
12 seats of 12 available 1TR-Traditional$65n/a
Writing the Killer MysteryC312010/14 - 10/21ChathamThe course will cover the elements of the murder mystery, including sub-genre, story premise, development of character and plot. Developing suspense, red herrings, misdirection, backstory and flashbacks will be included. Critiquing, rewriting and publishing will be touched upon.October 14, 2017October 21, 2017PMC (Pittsboro Main Campus) (opens in a new window)Pittsboro Small Business, room 103G13.00 (1.30)
  • Saturday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
14 seats of 15 available 1TR-Traditional$95n/a

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